Differential Undergraduate Tuition

TitleDifferential Undergraduate Tuition
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsDodds, R, Dillard, B, Elliott, D, Potthast, A, Carr, E, Diaz-Sprague, R, England, R, Matalski, M, Miller, R, Price, C
PublisherAssociation for Practical and Professional Ethics
Publication Languageeng
AbstractAs public universities continue to see decreasing budgets, many universities have begun to charge students with majors in areas such as business and engineering, a higher levels of tuition, because of the high costs of educating students in these disciplines. However, it can also be argued that differential tuition forces qualified students from economically challenged backgrounds to make career choices based on affordability, rather than interest or aptitude.
NotesCase from the 2007 Regional Ethics Bowls. Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 2007.http://www.indiana.edu/~appe/ethicsbowl.html
Full Text