Current Semester

The courses below will satisfy either a philosophy or theology requirement for the Ethics Minor as indicated

 

Ethics Program

Spring 2018

Courses that count toward the minor in ethics, offered in Spring 2018

*signifies a new course for the concentration

 

 

 

Track I Ethics and Healthcare

Philosophical Ethics

PHI 2115 Ethics for Healthcare Professionals (multiple sections available)

 

PHL 2450 Catholic Social Thought

Prof. Duska 33366 TR 2:30 – 3:45

 

PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics

Prof. Jim Murdoch 33357 MWF 9:30 – 10:20

33358 MWF 10:30 – 11:20

 

PSY 2900 Neuroscience & Ethics

Prof. Kan & Prof. Napier, 33519 MW 1:30 – 2:45

 

Theological Ethics

THL 4990 Themes: Introduction to Bioethics (Prof. Claudia Petruncio), CRN 33747 R 6:10-8:50

 

PJ 5000 Topics: Theological Ethics & Criminal Justice

Prof. Getek-Soltis 33448 MW 1:30 – 2:45

 

THL 4330 Christian Environmental Ethics

Prof. Graham 33746 TR 2:30 – 3:45

 

*PJ 5000 Theology, Environment & Social Justice

Prof. Morgan 33449 TR 10 – 11:15

 

 

 

 

PHL 2155 Engineering Ethics

Prof. Doorley, 33359 TR 11:30 – 12:45

 



Philosophical Ethics

           PHI 2115 Ethics for Healthcare Professionals, Napier                

o       TR 11:30-12:45

           ETH 3010 Robot Ethics, Shin-

o   TR 1:00-2:15   CRN: 22269

            PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics, Murdoch-

o   MWF 10:30-11:20      CRN: 23010

o    MWF 11:30-12:20     CRN: 23011

           PHI 2160 Ethics of War, Scholz

o   MWF 12:30-1:20     CRN: 23012

            Theological Ethics

                        THL 4200 Ethics of Life & Death, Groch

o   W 6:10-8:50      CRN: 23420

 

 

Ethics Minor Courses

Spring 2017

These courses are offered in spring 2017 and count toward the ethics minor as noted here.

 

Theological Ethics

ETH 3010  Tragedy & Responsibility

            Mark Wilson

            TR 1 and TR 2:30 (Honors)

PJ 2900 Ethical Issues in Peace & Justice

            William Stehl

            TR 2:30

PJ 5000 001 Theme: Theological Ethics & Criminal Justice

            Kathryn Getek Soltis

            MW 1:30

THL 4320 Markets & Morality

            Gerald Beyer

            MW 3

THL 4990 Theme: Intro to Bioethics

            Claudia Petruncio

            R 6:10 – 8:50PM

 

Philosophical Ethics

PHI 2117 The Good Doctor

            Honors, Sarah-Vaughan Brakman

            TR 2:30

PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics

            Chaone Mallory

            MWF 10:30 and 11:30

PHI 2130 Business Ethics

            Charles Prusik

            MWF 9:30

PHI 2155 Engineering Ethics

            Mark Doorley

            TR 10 and 11:30

 

 

 

Philosophical Ethics

PSY 2900 Neuroscience & Ethics, Kan & Napier, TR 11:30, CRN 22395 (PHI)

PHI 2170 Mass Media Ethics, Scholz, MWF 10:30, CRN 22242 (PHI)

PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics, Mallory, TR 2:30 (CRN 22240) and TR 4 (CRN 22241) (PHI)

PHI 2990 (Honors) Topics: Ethics & the Family, Brakman, TR 1PM, CRN 22249 (PHI)

ETH 3010 Topics: Robots & The Future of Humanity, Shin, TR 1, CRN 23159 (PHI)

PHI 2450 Catholic Social Thought, Regan, MWF 11:30AM, CRN 22245 (PHI)

Theological Ethics

HUM 4200, Forgiveness: Personal & Political, Couenhoven, TR 1PM, CRN 12517 (THL)

PJ 2900 Ethical Issues in Peace & Justice, Stehl, TR 2:30, CRN 22590 (THL)

PJ 5400 Ethics, Justice & the Family, Getek-Soltis, MW 1:30, CRN 22616 (THL)

THL 4490 Theme: Citizenship & the City of God, Kathleen Grimes, TR 1PM, CRN 22480 (THL)

THL 4490  Racism & The Catholic Church, Kathleen Grimes, TR 2:30, CRN 22481 (THL)

 

 

 

 

Ethics Minor

 

PHI 2117, H01  The Good Doctor, TR 1:00, Professor Brakman, CRN 34067

               (non-Honors students need professor’s permission and 3.33 GPA)

(Philosophical Ethics)

PJ 5000  Topics: Theological Ethics & Criminal Justice, MW 1:30, Professor Getek-Soltis, CRN 34144 (Theological Ethics)

ETH 3010 Topics: Warriors & Warfare, TR 11:30, Professor Wilson, CRN 33375 (Theological Ethics)

THL 4320 Markets & Morality, TR 2:30 & 4, Professor Beyer, CRNs 34468 & 34469 (Theological Ethics)

 

Theological Ethics courses (EMTH)

HUM 5200: Forgiveness: Personal & Political (Couenhoven)

PJ 5400: Ethics, Justice, & the Family (Getek-Soltis)

THL 3790-003: THM: Liberation Theology (Toton)

THL 4200: Ethics of Life & Death (Groch)

THL 4490-001: THM: Major Figures in Ethics (Graham)

THL 4490-002: THM: Racism in the Catholic Church (Grimes)

Philosophical Ethics Courses (EMPH)

PHI 2115: Ethics for Health Care Professionals (Napier)

PHI 2121: Environmental Ethics (Mallory)

PHI 2450: Catholic Social Thought (Regan)

PHI 4125: Bioethics (Napier)

PJ 2500: Education & Social Justice (Anthony)

Theological Ethics courses (EMTH)

PJ 5000: Topics: Theological Ethics and Criminal Justice, Kathryn Getek Soltis

ETH 3010: Religion and Politics in America, Mark Wilson

THL 4100: Catholic Ethics, Mark Graham

THL 4250: Global Poverty & Justice, Sue Toton

Philosophical Ethics courses (EMPH)

HON 5700: Ethics & Economics, Mary Hirschfeld/Peter Wicks

PHI 2117: The Good Doctor, Sarah-Vaughan Brakman

PHI 2160: Ethics of War, Sally Scholz

PSY 2900: Topics: Neuroscience & Ethics, Stephen Napier and Irene Kan

Theological Ethics courses (EMTH)

PJ 5400-001: Ethics, Justice and the Family, Kathryn Getek Soltis

THL 4360-001: Option for the Poor, Suzanne Toton

THL 4200-100: Ethics of Life and Death, John Groch

THL 3790-001: Theme: Grace, Sin & Human Life, Kevin Vander Schel

Philosophical Ethics courses (EMPH)

PHI 2121: Environmental Ethics, Chaone Mallory

PHI 4125: Bioethics, Sarah-Vaughan Brakman

Note on Eligible Courses

The courses in Theology & Religious Studies, Philosophy, Humanities & Augustinian Traditions, the Center for Peace & Justice Education and the Honors Program that will count toward the ethics minor will be courses taught by either ethicists whose graduate study prepared them as such or by those who have become ethicists as a result of their research and teaching history. Contact the director for more information.

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Minor in Ethics Application