Law, Ethics, and Science
An interest area
In a world of rapid technological innovation, the disciplines of law, ethics, and science are intertwined. What is the role of the law in ethical and scientific debates? What should it be?
You will leave Bryant with the skills to understand the ethical, legal, scientific, and social discussions as they evolve in the new millennium.
Coursework includes classes on philosophy, history, legal reasoning, psychology, applied genetics, and a seminar on biotechnology.
Future careers, post-grad opportunities
An innovative and timely course, Law, Ethics, and Science can be applied in a variety of careers involving law, journalism, business, education, and government. You will also find it good preparation for graduate study in a number of areas, including law.