AP/ADMS 3707 3.00 Ethics: Society, the Environment and Disasters
Explores ethical uncertainties associated with disasters and emergencies and develops a basic understanding of ethical decision-making processes and moral reasoning. Also explores the moral imperatives associated with emergency management in a variety of contexts, locally and globally. Emphasis is on applied ethics, development of moral competence in response to issues, and implications for socially responsive environmental and disaster management.
Prerequisites: AP/ADMS 1000 3.00 and AP/ADMS 2700 3.00.
Course Credit Exclusion: AP/DEMS 3707 3.00