The program uses a hybrid approach to teach bioethics. Students take a mixture of online and onsite courses, which include the use of case studies, supervised exercises and innovative, real-world simulations.
The Bioethics Program offers a
Master of Science in Bioethics
, with specializations in clinical ethics, research ethics and bioethics policy.
in clinical ethics, research ethics and health policy and law are also available.
Dual degree options
are also available in law, philosophy, public health and social work – shortening the time and lessening the investment of earning two degrees.
The majority of the Program’s courses are online. They are taught using the latest in web-based technologies, offering students the flexibility to take courses while meeting personal and professional obligations.
The Program’s one-week, on-site courses provide students with hands-on training in the skills and competencies required of professional bioethicists.
Courses are taught by internationally renowned faculty
, including some of the founders of the field of bioethics.
They come from a variety of disciplines, including medicine, law, philosophy, public health, public policy and theology.
Faculty draw on their experiences working in the clinic, the laboratory and in government to help students learn the knowledge and skills needed of working bioethicists.
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