This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of philosophy. The literary and conceptual approach of thecourse is balanced with emphasis on approaches to ethical decision-making. The student should have an understanding ofmajor philosophical ideas in an historical survey from the early Greeks to the modern era.
This course is a survey of the ethical principals involved in the workplace with emphasis on common modern problems. The perspectives of workers, supervisors, management, owners, and consumers are considered. The student should have an understanding of the ethical issues unique to the work environment.
This course involves the study of ethical issues, which confront individuals in the course of their daily lives. The focus is on the fundamental questions of right and wrong, of human rights, and of conflicting obligations. The student should be able to understand and be prepared to make decisions in life regarding ethical issues.