Certificate in Applied Ethics
The Certificate in Applied Ethics is designed for students whose intended careers will be complemented by emphasis in ethics education: for example, business majors who may plan also to be ethics officers; those who intend to become professionals, such as lawyers, nurses, social workers, or engineers; or those in public administration, the helping professions, government service, and nonprofits. It will also be applicable to persons presently in the workforce such as corporate ethics officers, executives, and professionals who are seeking career advancement or simply want to acquire skills and knowledge in ethical decision-making.
Written Communication Skills (6 credits)
Oral Communication Skills (3 credits)
Quantitative Skills (3 credits)
Critical Reasoning Skills (3 credits)
Ethical Theory (3 credits)
Applied Ethics (6 credits)
Professional Ethics (3 credits)
(Note: Graduate courses taken to satisfy this requirement cannot also be counted towards a graduate degree in that program.)
Service Learning (3 credits)
A total of 30 credits is required for the certificate.