PHIL329 - Ethics in Professional Communication (Diversity)

General

Prefix
PHIL
Course Number
329
Course ID
00196597
Course Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
Lecture
Department(s)
Philosophy
Description
Theories and principles of ethics, including virtue ethics and care ethics, applied to ethical issues in professional communication, such as the use of ethnic, racial, and regional terms to talk about individuals and groups of people, offensive images or language, privacy, transparency and disclosure, and their influence on social and ethical norms.
Cross Listed Courses

Prerequisites

No Requisites

Credits

Min
3
Max
3
Repeatable
No

Goals and Diversity

MN Goal Course
Yes
MN Goal Designation(s)
09
Cultural Diversity
No

Learning Outcomes

Outcome
Explain the connections among education, citizenship, and participation in a democratic society.
Outcome
Explain major ethical or political theories.
Outcome
Describe how interpretations of ethics or citizenship may vary by nationality, ethnicity, race, color, religion, gender, ability and disability, or sexual orientation.
Outcome
Apply concepts such as democracy, rights, morality, justice, virtue, liberty and obligation to personal, professional, and public issues.
Outcome
Analyze and evaluate alternative theoretical approaches or formulate solutions to ethical or civic issues.
Outcome
Develop and exercise personal agency or ethical judgment in the public domain.

Dependencies

No dependencies