XII. Ethics and Social Responsibility

Policies

No special polices.

Requirements

One course (select from AFRI 323/HIS 334, ATTR 413, BUS 204, CIMT 475, CRIM 100, ENVI 442, HIST 334, MUS 418, PHIL 190, PHIL 201, PHIL 303, PKG 381, PSCI 107, or WS 200).

Ethics and Social Responsibility learning objectives

      1. Understand the historical and philosophical bases of ethical decision-making and social responsibility;      
     2. Use independent thinking, critical analysis, and reasoned inquiry when assessing personal, professional, and societal issues;      
     3. Demonstrate the ability to make personal and professional decisions by applying knowledge and skills obtained from the study of ethics
        and theories of social responsibility; and     
     4. Articulate how their ethical framework and understanding of social responsibility shape their actions.

Skill Applied Learning Requirements

  1. Explicitly demonstrate how the curriculum will develop critical thinking skills.
  2. Explicitly demonstrate how the curriculum will develop information literacy skills.
  3. Include a graded writing component, which whenever possible is developmental.
  4. Must give students the opportunity to apply what they are learning to real world scenarios.
  5. Must include opportunities for experiential learning or community engagement.
  6. Must give students the opportunity to identify and solve problems.
  7. Must incorporate opportunities for students to critically read and analyze text-based materials beyond textbooks (e.g., novels, classical literature, primary sources, science journals, poems, lyrics, blogs, etc.).

 

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