SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Section: PHIL 140-001
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 19 (Capacity: 24)
1:30 PM - 2:55 PM
Auburn Campus - T210
Food ethics focuses on the ethical conflicts and decisions that arise in the growing, raising, selling, preparation, and consumption of food. This course introduces students to the methods of food ethics by focusing on the process and concepts of ethics and applying them to debates in the food ethics field like animal rights and treatment of food industry workers, product labeling and modification of food, and personal health care and pollution. Students will learn how to use ethical theories to make sense of moral conflicts and support their conclusions with evidence. This course emphasizes critical thinking, ethical decision-making, and problem solving.
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