College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Philosophy > Undergraduate > Bioethics and Society (Minor)
The Minor in Bioethics and Society offers students an interdisciplinary approach to the various moral, social, political, and conceptual issues that arise at the ever changing intersection of the life sciences, health, and society.
The minor requires students to take a total of six courses (24 quarter hours):
Note: Only one of these courses may be counted towards satisfaction of the requirement for the minor.
Students must take a total of four courses, in addition to the foundational bioethics course, in accordance with the following distribution:
Note: Other courses may be substituted for those listed here at the discretion of the Director of the minor if the focus of the specific class is deemed appropriate to satisfy the distribution requirements of the minor.
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