Majors, Minors and Concentrations Details

Minor in Professional and Applied Ethics

Advisers for Minor in Professional and Applied Ethics

Office Hours
ARLIG, ANDREW W UG Deputy 718.951.6214 3307 Boylan Hall aarlig @  
Menser, Michael Assistant Professor     mmenser @  
Shottenkirk, Dena Lecturer/Doctoral Scholar     dshottenkirk @  


Department requirements:
Recommended for students interested in acquiring an in depth knowledge of ethical considerations, a familiarity with the literature and issues of professional and applied ethics, and a proficiency in making ethical decisions related to one or more of the following areas: medicine, law, public policy, scientific research, counseling, social work, business, education, personal and social relations, journalism and the media, international relations, communications, computer and information sciences, library science, the life sciences, the social sciences, environmental studies.

One of the following: Philosophy 3305, 3306, 3308, 3731, 3805.

Philosophy 3310 and 3320.

Two courses chosen from the following: Philosophy 3307, 3309, 3314, 3315, 3316, 3317, 3318W, 3920, 3740, or a course that is offered by a department or program outside the Philosophy Department and that is approved by the Chairperson of the Philosophy Department.

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