|ETH 27200||ETHICAL THINKING:ES||4|
|INTD 39600||ENGAGED CITIZENSHIP||3|
|Select one of the following Ethical Theory and Methods courses:||3-4|
|INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS:ES|
|CONTEMPORARY MORAL PROBLEMS:ES|
|ANIMALS AND ETHICS:ES|
|Select one course in Applied or Disciplinary Ethics 1||3-4|
|Experiential Learning 3||1-4|
At least one course in applied ethics. Typically these would include courses approved for the ES core curriculum designation. Where an approved course exists in the student’s major, taking that course is encouraged.
Any remaining hours can be met through any ES or service learning course in consultation with a faculty advisor in ethics. (The remaining credits can also be satisfied through 1-credit Ethics Seminars.)
A significant service-learning experience, approved by contract with a faculty advisor in ethics, which ethical analysis of and reflection on the experience are integrated. It is often desirable for the student to obtain this experience in a way that is connected with the student’s major. This can also be satisfied through suitable summer internships.
Each student must integrate his or her study of ethics through a reflective essay, usually in conjunction with an experiential learning requirement, or an additional integrative research project. These capstones are presented publicly during the student's senior year.