Requirements total 25-26 hours. This includes 18 hours of required courses and 7-8 hours of Bioethics courses taken either at Trinity College or Trinity Graduate School. Students may also earn bioethics credit by enrolling in the institutes and/or wrap-around courses offered in connection with the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity summer conference on Trinity's campus. Three of the required hours meet general education requirements.
|BE 474X||Introduction to Bioethics 1||3|
|or BE 476X||Undergraduate Bioethics Institute|
|BE 475X||Topics in Bioethics: 1||3|
|or BE 477X||Undergraduate National Conference|
|PH 180||Introduction to Philosophy||3|
|Select 7-8 hours of the following: 2||7-8|
|BE 5200||Research Ethics||2|
|Clinical Issues in Bioethics|
|Bioethics and Public Policy|
|Readings in Bioethics|
|Personhood in Theological & Philosophical Perspective|
BE 474X (graduate course BE 5000) and BE 475X (graduate course BE 7700) have reduced in-course requirements for undergraduates. Courses taken under the BE ___ designation remain at the graduate level in course content but are designated on the transcript as fulfilling the undergraduate requirements for a minor. If applied toward a minor and/or toward the required hours for graduation, the course(s) may not subsequently be applied toward a graduate degree.
Elective courses that may be taken at Trinity Graduate School under the BE designation