PHIL 2600: Ethics in Science

TitlePHIL 2600: Ethics in Science
Publication TypeSyllabi
AuthorsBriggle, A
PublisherUniversity of North Texas, Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies
Year of Publication1999
AbstractSyllabus of the PHIL 2600, Ethics in Science class for the fall 2009 semester. Class developed and taught by Dr. Adam Briggle, Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas. The course explores the ethical and policy dimensions of scientific research, addressing issues such as research integrity, peer review, authorship status, issues of trustworthiness, human subjects and animals, as well as the policy context of science, including science for policy, societal impact criteria and policy for science. This is an undergraduate level course.
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