PH 3330 - Professional Ethics
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PH 3330 - Professional Ethics 3 (3-0-0) UT
This course will examine the roles and responsibilities of professionals, as well as ethical challenges they face. These challenges often involve balancing self-interest, clients interests, and the public good. At times they involve weighing clients interests and clients wishes (and their autonomy.) They may also involve efforts to resolve conflicts between the professionals personal moral beliefs and their perceived duties as professionals. Challenges and issues will be explored through consideration of debates within specific fields (such as accounting, medicine, engineering, journalism and law) - often with relevance across professions. Controversies will also be investigated through study of general discussions of common concerns. Ethical concepts and outlooks will provide assistance in facing the challenges.
University of Calgary
University of Alberta
Augustana Faculty, University of Alberta
University of Lethbridge
Grant MacEwan University*
* An asterisk (*) beside any transfer institution indicates important transfer information. Consult the Alberta Transfer Guide.
15 Weeks, 45 Hours
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Jan 3, 2019 to Apr 27, 2019
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