Social and Ethical Issues in Science, Technology and Health - SCI125
Subject Area(s): Science
This course will explore the ethical and social issues that scientists encounter during the process of scientific investigation. This course covers topics from many scientific disciplines, including biology, medicine, physics, and astronomy. Students are exposed to the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary scientific investigation and to the ethical dilemmas that can arise when scientific advances have ambiguous implications for improving the quality of life. Class sessions emphasize student discussions and use case studies and written assignments as a format for promoting critical discussions of complex topics. Participation in this course will encourage the student to develop his/her own ethical views regarding science and technology, and will foster awareness of multiple perspectives on ethical issues in the sciences and on the role of scientific integrity in research.
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Social and Ethical Issues in Science, Technology and Health Online Offerings
|Course Section||Time||Instructor||Format||Start Date||End Date|
|91791||Rapien, Mary K||100% Online||2018-09-04||2018-12-14|
|60214||Newton, Kimberly Ann Amaral||100% Online||2018-06-04||2018-08-22|
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