Students must take three of the following subjects:
|17.051||Ethics of Energy Policy|
|21A.302J/WGS.271J:||Dilemmas in Biomedical Ethics|
|21A.305J/STS.062J||Drugs, Politics, and Culture|
|21A.442J/WGS.270J||Violence, Human Rights, and Justice|
|21L.450:||Leadership, Ethics, and Literature|
|24.02:||Moral Problems and the Good Life|
|24.03:||Good Food: The Ethics and Politics of Food|
|24.235J/17.021J||Philosophy of Law|
|24.236:||Topics in Social Theory and Practice|
|STS.032||Energy, Environment, and Society|
|STS.049||The Long War Against Cancer|
|STS.085J/6.805J||Foundations of Information Policy|
At least one of the three must cover ethical theory (24.02, 24.04, 24.120, 24.230, 24.231).
Only one of the following three subjects may count towards the concentration: STS.032, STS.049, STS.085J.
A concentration proposal must be approved by the Ethics Concentration Advisor. If appropriate, the Ethics Concentration Advisor may approve courses other than those listed above.