University of Washington School of Public Health

Certificate: The Graduate Certificate in Ethics

10/18/2017
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The Graduate Certificate in Ethics aims to facilitate graduate research in ethics as it arises across the disciplines. The program is designed to provide students with the necessary groundwork for pursuing ethics scholarship as it relates to their field of study. The curriculum is designed to accommodate diverse student interests and to facilitate cross-disciplinary conversations and scholarship. We welcome applications to the Graduate Certificate in Ethics from graduate students across the university community. More information about the graduate certificate’s requirements, curriculum, and faculty can be found at: https://phil.washington.edu/graduate-certificate-ethics

The Graduate Certificate in Ethics is offered through the Program on Values in Society (POV) at the University of Washington. The program is dedicated to research, teaching, and outreach on ethical issues that arise across the disciplines. It is committed to facilitating the multidisciplinary collaboration that is essential to finding practical and insightful responses to today’s myriad moral problems. Members of the core faculty are currently working on a variety of issues, including global climate change; immigration and international justice; justice in health care; and medical practice and disability rights.

Please feel free to email me (ponvins@uw.edu) with any questions about the program.