Environmental Ethics Certificate
Environmental Ethics explores questions concerning the values, beliefs and attitudes that influence how people relate to the environment, and trains students to navigate diverse perspectives skillfully, to reflect on the ethics of these perspectives, and to communicate clearly and persuasively about environmental issues. The certificate in Environmental Ethics allows students to reflect on these pressing questions and provides valuable preparation for careers in the nonprofit sector working for environmental advocacy, conservation, sustainable food systems, alternative energy, and environmental education.
The Certificate in Environmental Ethics consists of 9 credits, 3 of which must be Phil 380 Environmental Ethics.
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For advising questions contact:
Chris Diehm, Professor
Philosophy and Religious Studies
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