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|PHIL 32900 - Professional Ethics|
Learning Outcomes: 1. The nature of a profession. 2. The roots of professional (as opposed to personal) ethics. 3. The conflicts-of-interest most commonly encountered by professionals. 4. Learning to revise and edit written work and move from a low stakes writing assignment to a formal paper. 5. Learning to write an analytical paper in which they make a claim, support that claim, and defend it from likely challenges. 6. Students will develop the ability to provide reasons in support of and in opposition to a moral claim.
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