PHIL 3309 Environmental Ethics
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PHIL 15.1.
The information below might still reflect the old course numbers. Bracketed numbers, if any, are the old course numbers. Learn more...)
3 hours; 3 credits
Ethical aspects of human treatment of the natural environment, including the moral basis for pollution control, wilderness preservation, energy and resource conservation, protection of endangered species, and sustaining the earth's ecological diversity. Major theories of environmental ethics and their valuational foundations will be examined critically.
Prerequisite: one course in philosophy or Core Studies 10 or Core Curriculum 1210 [2.1] or permission of the chairperson.
The City University reserves the right, because of changing conditions,
to make modifications of any nature in academic programs and requirements
of the university and its constituent colleges without advanced notice.
Students are advised to consult regularly with college and department counselors
concerning their programs of study.
Access the college's current and recent course bulletins.