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BLS Sample Class: Introduction to Ethics (11/15)


15 Nov 6:30-8:30pm

Join us to sample a class from our Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program and experience what this part-time degree completion program has to offer you.

BLHS-100: Introduction to Ethics
School of Continuing Studies, Room C117

Course Description:
A signature piece of a Jesuit education is the study of Ethics. While all Core Courses explore human values and moral issues in particular historical contexts, in this course students (1) study and critique fundamental moral principles, categories, and terminology drawn from the Western philosophical and religious traditions; (2) examine basic approaches to and recurring debates about perplexing ethical issues; (3) explore through literature central moral quandaries and complexities of human life; and (4) elucidate what is normative in human experience and whence the norms are determined.

*Please note that this sample class is reserved for students interested in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program. If you are interested in another program at Georgetown School of Continuing Studies, please contact Admissions and we will connect you with a visit opportunity.

Georgetown School of Continuing Studies

640 Massachusetts Ave NW , Room C117
Washington, District of Columbia 20001

Add to Calendar 2016-11-15 18:30 2016-11-15 20:30 America/New_York BLS Sample Class: Introduction to Ethics (11/15) Join us to sample a class from our Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program and experience what this part-time degree completion program has to offer you. BLHS-100: Introduction to Ethics School of Continuing Studies, Room C117 Course Description: A signature piece of a Jesuit education is the study of Ethics. While all Core Courses explore human values and moral issues in particular historical contexts, in this course students (1) study and critique fundamental moral principles, categories, and terminology drawn from the Western philosophical and religious traditions; (2) examine basic approaches to and recurring debates about perplexing ethical issues; (3) explore through literature central moral quandaries and complexities of human life; and (4) elucidate what is normative in human experience and whence the norms are determined. *Please note that this sample class is reserved for students interested in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program. If you are interested in another program at Georgetown School of Continuing Studies, please contact Admissions and we will connect you with a visit opportunity. Georgetown School of Continuing Studies , 640 Massachusetts Ave NW , Room C117 Washington, District of Columbia, United States 20001 MM/DD/YYYY