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Undergraduate Catalog 2012 - 2013 
Undergraduate Catalog 2012 - 2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Bioethics Certificate

The Undergraduate Certificate in Bioethics is designed primarily for persons preparing for careers in medicine, nursing, social work, psychology, education, one of the health sciences, or other health-related professions. It can also serve upper-level students preparing for careers in law or business who wish to understand health policy, law, and clinical practice in relation to philosophy and ethics. The Certificate in Bioethics will attest that the student has completed a course of study in moral theory and clinical practice, law, or policy related to bioethics. Enrollment will be open to upper-level undergraduates, and others by petition. Both degree-seeking students and non-degree students are eligible.

Bioethics courses:

 The program requires a total of 12 semester hours in bioethics at the undergraduate level, distributed as described below, with a grade of at least 3.0 quality points in each:

1. Moral Reasoning Requirement (4 credits), fulfilled by taking:

2. Bioethics Electives (8 credits), chosen from the other courses listed above.


For additional information, contact the Philosophy Department at 216-687-3900.