LAW7588 - Bioethics

LAW7588 - Bioethics

Course Number: 

7588

Type: 

Seminar

Credits: 

3

Prerequisite(s):

none

Bioethics is defined as the application of ethical principles to issues affecting life. The study of bioethics is broad and encompasses the fields of ethics, medicine, science, social policy, psychology, and law. The primary goal of this course is to focus on the underlying theories of bioethics such as justice and morality and the role of law in development of these theories.