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The Graduate Certificate in Bioethics is an option for doctoral candidates in Philosophy who want (a) to cultivate their ability to engage in critical analysis of bioethical issues, and (b) to train to teach bioethics to a variety of different kinds of students.
Course Requirements: 16 total credit hours
|PHL 529||THE PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BIOETHICS||4|
|Choose 3 of the following:||12|
or PHL 521
|SEMINAR ON THE CONTINENTAL TRADITION IN ETHICS|
|SEMINAR ON SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THOUGHT|
|SEMINAR IN FEMINIST ETHICS|
|TOPICS IN FEMINIST THEORY|
Training / Teaching Requirements
1. Students must participate in the Biomedical Ethics Training Program or serve as a Teaching Assistant for PHL 229: Biomedical Ethics with a tenured or tenure-line faculty member.
2. Upon completion of the training program or assistanship, students must teach at least two sections of Biomedical Ethics (PHL 229).