BME80G: Bioethics in the 21st Century: Science, Business, and Society

*****COURSES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE*****

Serves science and non-science majors interested in bioethics. Guest speakers and instructors lead discussions of major ethical questions having arisen from research in genetics, medicine, and industries supported by this knowledge. (Also offered as Philosophy 80G. Students cannot receive credit for both courses.) (General Education Code(s): T6-Natural Sciences or Humanities and Arts, PE-T - Technology and Society) M. Akeson

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2017-18
  • Section 01
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
2016-17
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
  • Section 01
    Kevin Tyler Hagy (khagy)
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
    Session 2
2015-16
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
  • Section 01
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
    Summer Session 2
2014-15
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
2013-14
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
2012-13
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Sandra Lyn Dreisbach (sdreisba)
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Metcalf 7771 (Metcalf 7771)
2006-07
  • Section 01
    Mark Akeson (makeson)
    Metcalf 7771 (Metcalf 7771)
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04

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