PHIL 105 Introduction to Ethics

This course is an introduction to Ethics and analyzes and discusses issues of morality and moral knowledge such as the concepts of right and wrong, good and evil, and virtue in connection to well-known philosophers. Students focus on the overall discussion of ethics and study its subdivisions of moral philosophy: normative ethics, meta-ethics, and applied ethics.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Utilize applied technological skill and information literacy in exploring theories within the study of philosophical ethics

Demonstrate comprehension and practical application of philosophical ethics through critical thinking, problem solving, and analysis.

Apply and examine the study of philosophical ethics to certain areas within the context of strategic security.

Discuss philosophical ethics within the context of outcomes, intentions, nature, necessity, and principles.

Articulate and communicate an informed personal stance to philosophical theories concerning integrity and ethics.

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