PHIL 4430 - Bioethics

3 unit(s)
Basic themes and issues in biomedical ethics (e.g., right to care, informed consent, euthanasia, assisted suicide, abortion, confidentiality, resource allocation), with emphasis on ethical issues raised by new biotechnologies (e.g., stem cell research, cloning, bioengineering, organ farming, human/animal biotech, and gene mapping).

Satisfies G.E. area UD-C. Upper Division G.E. courses are designed to be taken after upper-division status (completion of 60 semester units) is attained.


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