Earn a Masters of Science Degree, an Advanced Certificate or Take Courses for Personal and Professional Interest
The program will have educational opportunities for a diverse student population, ranging from linkage-type students to senior executives, while still having a focused curriculum that fits with student interests. In addition to courses in clinical ethics and medical humanities, the program will also offer instruction in Jewish medical ethics and organizational ethics, and values-driven leadership in healthcare.
Spring 2022 Academic Calendar
Registration for Spring 2022 begins on October 14, 2021
Spring Classes run January 24th 2022 - May 9th 2022
Students may earn a Master of Science degree in Medical Ethics or an Advanced Certificate in Medical Ethics. They may also enroll in courses for the sake of personal-professional development and self-edification as a non-matriculated student.
PROGRAM GOALS & OBJECTIVES
The M.S. degree and the Advanced Certificate goals & objectives are as follows:
Goal 1: To foster students’ development of competence as ethics scholars, including developing skills of ethical deliberation and implementing moral action strategies.
Objectives: Our first goal specifies an emphasis on training in the skills of ethics. The intent is for students to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to understand, analyze, plan, and act on personal and professional values related to bioethics. We have three interrelated objectives that originate from this goal, that our students develop proficiency in:
Goal 2: To foster students’ development of interest in the medical, scientific, social and humanities-based questions related to health.
Objectives: Our second goal is meant to promote self-directed and life-long learning. We have two interrelated objectives that originate from this goal, that our students develop proficiency in:
Upon graduation, a student with an M.S. degree or an Advanced Certificate should be able to manifest the following core competencies:
Download the Medical Ethics Brochure.