Jun 25, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog (March 2018) 
    
2017-2018 Catalog (March 2018)
[Add to Pages]

HUMN 5200 - Cross-Cultural Ethics in Human Social Services


(5 cr.) In this course students will examine the philosophy of ethics and social justice, with a focus on the interplay among race, religion, and culture within and between different societies and organizations. Students will explore the complex social, political, and related ethical challenges Human Services professionals face as they seek to meet the needs of diverse populations. They will examine ethics and social justice related to economic disparity, power, and privilege. Applying concepts presented in the course, students will engage in an in-depth assessment of an emerging or persistent ethical or social justice issue, through which they will demonstrate their ability to make recommendations for improvement or change. They will engage in readings, case studies, and practical assignments to gain a better understanding of the interactions between culture, ethics, and social behaviors.



[Add to Pages]