*PHL20352: Online course, 14-week course. See term start and end dates listed above. No on-campus orientation. Two proctored tests are required that may be taken on-campus or through an approved remote testing location. Students should check MyJeffco regularly for an email from their instructor. High speed Internet access strongly recommended.
PHL 203 Medical Ethics
Prerequisite: Reading proficiency
Medical Ethics is a study of contemporary issues in health care ethics. Students will become familiar with major theories of ethics and justice. They will learn about health care code of ethics, classic cases in the recent history of medical ethics, and ongoing disputes about topics such as abortion, euthanasia, resource allocation, patient rights, research on human subjects, and reproductive technologies. (F,S,O)
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