Current Semester

Fall 2018

Below find new courses that will be offered in fall 2018. This is in addition to courses that might be offered in the fall semester that are already on our course listing.

If you have any questions about the following courses, or a course that seems that it ought to be on this list, please be in touch with Dr. Doorley at mark.doorley@villanova.edu.  Thank you.

Track I Health Care Ethics

Ethics Concentration
Requirements: ETH 2050, choose a track, two required courses, two elective courses, ETH 4000 (Integrating Seminar, second semester senior year), 100 hours of service related to one’s track
Track I Healthcare Ethics
Required
PHI 2115 Ethics for Health Care Professionals, several sections
Brakman, Koch TR 10 (23896), 11:30 (23897) and 1 (23898)
OR
PHI 2117 The Good Doctor, Brakman, TR 2:30, 23899 OR
PHI 4125 Bioethics, Napier, TR 2:30 23916 AND
THL 4200 Ethics of Life and Death, Groch, W 6:10 – 8:50, 24333 Electives
BIO 3351 Genetics, DeBenedetto, several sections
BIO 3595 General Microbiology, Friede, MWF 8:30, T 8:30 – 11:20 (22334)
MWF 8:30, T 1 – 3:50 (22335)
BIO 4205 Cell Biology, Youngman, MWF 11:30, T 1-3:50 (22345)
BIO 4605 Neurobiology, Stephens, MWF 12:30 – 1:20, T 1 – 3:50 (22346)
BIO 4950 Topics: Immortality & Rejuvenation, Youngman, MWF 12:30 – 1:20 (22347)
SOC 3400 Medical Sociology, Bergey, TR 2:30 24178
ECO 4200 Topics: Health Economics, Rissell, MWF 12:30 (22976)


        

 

 

TRACK II Ethics, Politics and Law

Required

PHI 2400 Social/Political Philosophy, Rockhill, MW 3 (23902) AND

PHI 2450 Catholic Social Thought, Scholz, MWF 12:30, (23906)

Electives

CRM 3301 Justice & Society, Hannon, TR 1, 22737

CRM 3300 Criminal Courts, M 6:10 – 8:50 22738

CRM 3330 Sociology of Law, McCorkel, MW 3, 22739

CRM 3350 The Supreme Court, Donato, R 4-6:30, 22740

HUM 2900 Topics: Race and Democratic Dignity, Shiffman, MWF 11:30, 23392 HUM 2900 Topics: Forgiveness, Couenhoven, TR 1 23395

PSC 2260 War & Conflict, Dixon, TR 1, 24021

PSC 3410 Theories of War & Peace, Gustafson, Distance-Learning, 24027 PSC 3440 Politics & Religion, Marks, MW 3, 24029

Required

PHI 2400 Social/Political Philosophy, Rockhill, MW 3 (23902) OR

PHI 2450 Catholic Social Thought, Scholz, MWF 12:30, (23906) Electives

PJ 2500 Education & Social Justice, Anthony, TR 1 (23992) PJ 2800 Race, Class & Gender, Bishop, MW 4:30 (23993)

TBA, M 6:10 – 8:50 (23994)

PJ 5000 Topics: Housing & Homelessness, Sena, TR 11:30 (24000) PJ 5400 Ethics, Justice & Family, Getek-Soltis, MW 1:30 (24001)

 

COM 3600 Social Justice Documentary, two sections 001 Lewis, TR 1 – 3:45 (22693)

002 O’Leary, McWilliams, Marencik, TR 1 – 3:45 (22694)

 

ECO 3108 Global Political Economy (multiple sections)

ECO 3118 Women & the Economy, Carleton, MW 4:30, (22962) ECO 3123 Labor Economics, Clain, TR 11:30 (22963)

 

EDU 3264 Intro to Disability Studies, Bialka, MW 1:30, (22989)

 

Track IV Ethics, Science, Technology and the Environment

 

Required

PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics, Murdoch, MWF 10:30 (23900)
MWF 11:30 (23901)


Electives

BIO 2500 Global Change in Local Places, Keith Henderson, MWF 11:30 (23241) BIO 2525 Population Geography, Bonnie Henderson, TR 11:30 (23242)
BIO 3255 Intro to Ecology, Curry, MWF 9:30, M 1:20 – 4:20 (Saturday/Sunday field trip required, dates TBA, (22325)
BIO 3351 Genetics, DiBenedetto, multiple sections
BIO 4385 Global Change Ecology, Langley, TR 11:30, R 1-3:50 (22345)
CHE 5715 Alternative Energy, Coe, TR 1 (22479)
CHM 4511 Advanced Environmental Chemistry, Boschi, TR 7:30 – 8:45 (22589)

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