Explore the ethical underpinnings of society and examine your own beliefs by studying ethics at UND.
Questions of right and wrong lie at the core of the human experience. The minor in Ethics at UND challenges you to grapple with questions like how to live, when to help others and the role of ethics in our world.
- Program type:
- Est. time to complete:
- 2 years
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Why Study Ethics at UND?
Ethics is an essential area of study for anyone planning a career in business, politics, law or medicine — and for anyone who wants to examine their own beliefs and clarify their values.
As an ethics student at UND, you'll explore classic texts and apply their lessons to day-to-day life. Through debates and discussions, you'll tackle challenging questions about right and wrong and the proper role of ethics today.
The minor in Ethics complements any major, especially:
- Banking & Financial Economics
- Business Economics
- Criminal Justice Studies
- Political Science
Ready to Lead
UND provides a varity of lectures to provide students professional insight into a variety of industries and topics.
Gain a firm understanding of key ethical theories and principles.
Examine cases and scenarios that illustrate ethical crises in business, technology, medicine, environment and government.
Enjoy small, discussion-based classes
No profession is immune from ethical questions, so a minor in Ethics is relevant to any career path. It's a particularly appropriate minor if you're considering law school or medical school.
Ethics minors are well equipped for any career, including:
- Higher education
- Hospital administration