Moral Philosophy

Stage Two

TitleMoral Philosophy
CodeW7222
Pre-requisitesW7106 Ancient and Early Medieval Philosophy
LecturerJohn Owens
NZ Credit ValueNZQA NQF Level 6 (15 credits)
AUS Credit ValueTEQSA AQF Level 6 (9 credit points)
Duration12 teaching weeks + 2 weeks study & exams + Assignment week + mid-semester break. For more details check the Academic Calendar
Course Unit Outlinehttp://scd.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/W7222.docx
Current Teaching See Papers taught this year and the Timetable
Fees (NZ$)See the Fees Guide
DescriptionMoral philosophy or ethics is one of the major branches of philosophy and part of the foundational submajor in philosophy in the SCD. This unit will introduce students to the basic questions of, and most common approaches to, moral philosophy, with special reference to those ethical issues and approaches that are relevant to Christian Ethics or Moral Theology.
Lecturer's Introduction
Mode of StudyAvailable to both on-campus and distance students.