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    Mississippi University for Women
  Feb 21, 2018
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PHL 101 - Ethics and Academic Integrity

Credits: 1

This course asks students to carefully and critically reflect upon and examine the meaning of academic integrity within the context of university life, responsible citizenship, and wholeness of character.  Ethical theories - utilitarianism, duty-based ethics, and Aristotle’s virtue ethics - are studied and the basics of these approaches are used to help guide students’ thinking about honesty, self-respect, and healthy relationships with peers and faculty.

 Note:  Does not count for General Education Core.

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