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INTERDISCIPLINARY MINOR IN
BIOETHICS

Administered by the Center for Ethics Education

Master of Bioethics
The interdisciplinary bioethics minor introduces students to critical moral questions on issues related to individual, public, and global health; professional health care decision-making; and health policy. 

Bioethics minors will gain an interdisciplinary perspective on these topics through required and elective courses, including: an introductory bioethics course, thematic courses in the humanities and sciences, a values course, and a research ethics capstone course.




LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BIOETHICS  MINOR: 

Join us on April 28th for our next Careers in Ethics Panel

Featuring Dr. Ana Lita (director of the UN-affiliated NGO Global Bioethics Initiative), Jakub Brodowski (Ethics and Society graduate and lawyer with the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor), Michele Kuchera (Manager of the Fordham Institutional Review Board) and Randi Delirod (Ethics and Society graduate and current M.S.W. student).

Tuesday, April 28th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm Campbell Multipurpose Room (Campbell Hall, RH Campus)


Students interested in the minor should contact Program Director Adam Fried, Ph.D., assistant director of the Center for Ethics Education



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