Bio Ethics*

About this Course

This course is an introduction and survey course in Bioethics that will examine some of the moral issues affecting the daily realities of healthcare. Bioethics is concerned with the ethical questions that arise in the relationships among life sciences, biotechnology, medicine, environment, politics, law, global issues, and philosophy. The student will investigate philosophical theories and principles, ethics, bioethics, and current laws governing healthcare providers’ decisions and research. Students will discuss issues related to end of life, the formation of life, and research

This course is also available as a Credit Division class. Prices may vary.

Course Details

Continuing Ed / Non-Credit
Tuition: $695
Subject: PHIL

Sections Offered

Section: NC1 CRN: 51313
Type: Online
Instructor: Denise Griffin
05/29/2024 - 07/03/2024