Ethics is branch of philosophy and it mainly deals with study of what is morally good and bad, right and wrong, virtue and vice. It is the method by which we categorize our values and pursue them. Study of ethics is divided into three areas: normative ethics, metaethics and applied ethics. Normative Ethics mainly aims to develop a moral framework, a set of rules for governing human conduct. It is mainly concerned with establishing which things are good or bad, and which actions are right or wrong. Meta ethics is more abstract and deals with study of ethical judgements, origin of our ethical principles and what they mean. Applied Ethics is a discipline of philosophy that attempts to apply ethical theory to real-life situations.
Study of ethics enhances the student’sresearch, critical thinking, and decision-making and communication skills.There are many potential career paths that a graduate with a degree in ethics might choose to pursue, these include careers in Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, Employee Relations, Policy Making, Law, Government contractor, Risk Management, Healthcare policy makers, and Communication Technology Administrators.
Ethics is an interdisciplinary field of study combining philosophy and any number of subjects concerned with moral reasoning. Ethics is usuallystudied along with philosophy and religion in an undergraduate program.
First Year Module
Core modules in the first year will introduce you to a wide range of issues in philosophy, religion and ethics from a variety of philosophical, theological and ethical perspectives.First Year subjects may include Understanding Philosophy and Religion, Understanding Ethics and Religion, Understanding Christianity, Understanding Religions, Classical Philosophy, Introduction to Politics and Political Philosophy, Spirituality and Reason in the West, Faiths and Spiritualties in the City.
Second Year Module
Second year module may comprise of Philosophy and Religion in Global Perspectives, Independent Studies in Philosophy, Religion and Ethics. Optional modules include Philosophy, Embodiment and Religion, Sacred Texts and Critical Theory, Religion, Spirituality and Ethics, Contemporary Christian Theology, Neoplatonism from the Classical World to the Renaissance, Judaism after the Holocaust, Faith and Globalisation, Religion, Nature and Sustainability, Aesthetics, the Postmodern Age, Field Studies, and Volunteering
Third Year Module
Third year module may include Critical Encounters of Philosophy and Religion and Culture.
Most Year three optional modules are chosen from a range of specialised Advanced Study Modules in Philosophy and Ethics, Religion and Spirituality and Theology. Other optional modules include: Mapping Mortality, Religion and Culture, Case Study in Political Philosophy - Conservatism, Advanced Field Studies.
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