40. Scientific Research Ethics

Description
The goal of this focal study is to give students interested in careers in the sciences or medicine an informed understanding of appropriate and ethical research methods. In particular, this focal study will introduce students to moral theories and give opportunity to apply them to issues related to the use of human and vertebrate subjects in scientific and medical research.

Instructions

Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

Complete one course from each cluster.

 

First Cluster – basic science (complete 1 course)
BIOL 202   General Biology I 4 credits
CHEM 220 General Chemistry I  4 credits
ENV 200 Introduction to Environmental Science  4 credits    
PSY 150 Introduction to Psychology   4 credits   

Second Cluster – ethics course (complete 1 course)
BIOL 304 Research Methods   4 credits
BIOL 495 Research      4 credits 
PHIL 202 Ethics and Society 4 credits  
PHIL 307/DS 307  Ethics, Medicine and Health Care 4 credits
PHIL 326/ENV 326 Animal Ethics 2 credits
PHY 495     Physics Research         4 credits 
PSY 348     Research Methods in Psychology   4 credits 
SOC 300    Introduction to Social Research  4 credits 
SOC 319   Sociology of Medicine  4 credits 

Third Cluster – all repeat (complete 1 course)
BIOL 202   General Biology I 4 credits
CHEM 220 General Chemistry I  4 credits
ENV 200 Introduction to Environmental Science  4 credits    
PSY 150 Introduction to Psychology   4 credits   
BIOL 304 Research Methods   4 credits
BIOL 495 Research      4 credits 
PHIL 202 Ethics and Society 4 credits  
PHIL 307/DS 307  Ethics, Medicine and Health Care 4 credits
PHIL 326/ENV 326 Animal Ethics 2 credits
PHY 495     Physics Research         4 credits 
PSY 348     Research Methods in Psychology   4 credits 
SOC 300    Introduction to Social Research  4 credits 
SOC 319   Sociology of Medicine  4 credits