HU 2320 - Ethics
This class examines ethical theories and their application towards ethical/philosophical problems. The course also examines the history and evolution of ethics as a major branch of western philosophy. Students explore ethical topics through primary readings, lectures, and class discussions. Upon successful completion of the course, students improve their capacity to think ethically about their lives and the world, and will have engaged a variety of philosophical texts.
Prerequisites: HU 1110 - Humanities I: World Thought I
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Understand key ethical concepts within the context of Western Philosophy.
- Understand a variety of philosophical texts.
- Understand core ethical problems.
HU 2320 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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