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The Bioethics Program of Union Graduate College and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is pleased to offer an online Masters-level course in Public Health Ethics.
In this online course, students learn about ethics and public health, and the ways in which these two fields interconnect. The course focuses on ethical theory and the discipline and history of public health, using case studies to illustrate the application of ethical theory to public health practice. Topics include infectious and genetic disease, personal and environmental behaviors that contribute to health, and the ethics of conducting public health research.
Public Health Ethics is taught by Amy Bloom, MPH, and Michelle Meyer, JD, PhD. Prof. Bloom is a public health practitioner by training and adjunct Professor of Bioethics at Union Graduate College. Prof. Meyer is Assistant Professor of Bioethics and Director of Bioethics Policy at Union Graduate College. Before joining Union Graduate College, she was an Academic Fellow at the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.
Dates: January 6 - March 20, 2014 (Register by December 31, 2013)Credit: 3.33 semester hours of Masters credit
This course is available for Non-Degree or Non-Matriculated students. Non-Degree students need to submit a non-degree application and an unofficial transcript of their Bachelor degree. Non-Matriculated students need to submit an application for graduate admission, unofficial college transcripts, and an application fee before registering for their first course.
Interested students should visit www.bioethics.uniongraduatecollege. and contact the Administrative Director, Ann Nolte (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or to register.