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Applied Medical Ethics

(3 3 cr.) - Session(s): Spring, Summer | Course Every Year

Medical Ethics will introduce students to a variety of ethical and moral issues facing medicine and health care providers today. Through the use of lecture and activities/discussions based on sound biological/scientific principles, students will be able to: articulate an ethical issue, assemble necessary science-based information for making ethical decisions in a biological context, identify possible courses of medically-appropriate action and develop a morally and medically acceptable solution by synthesizing science-based information. Prerequisite: BIO 110/151

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