University 300i the ethical is personal: Ethics Every Day: Home, Work, World Fall 2006 Faculty

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Course Objectives: After taking this course students should be able to:
*Identify the potential roles of corporations, non-governmental organizations, government and civil society for cultivating ethical and socially responsible actions, as measured in written and oral assignments.

*Identify the nature of ethical/philosophical problems in all spheres of daily life, as measured in written and oral assignments.

*Evaluate the similarities and differences between ethical reasoning and legal reasoning in problems addressed in both spheres

*Describe the importance of developing personal methods for addressing ethical dilemmas they encounter.

*Apply ethical models and analysis to problems encountered in business, government, education, media, healthcare, athletics, and other professional fields

*Discover core values in order to build a strong ethical foundation upon which future decisions can be made. 

*Analyze the ethical challenges and complexities faced by citizens today in their daily life, work, and broader contexts

*Analyze several case studies in ethical dilemmas, with sometimes conflicting implications for stakeholders, faced by typical students and citizens, as measured by written and oral presentation of alternative resolutions of the cases, using theories and methods of philosophical and legal reading

*Improve thinking, reading, comprehension, and analytical skills, as measured by improvements in writing assignments throughout the semester.

*Utilize critical thinking skills in order to develop compelling and logical arguments for class discussion, individual presentations and writing assignments.

*Actively participate in scripted mock trial raising multiple ethical conflicts

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