Aug 30th or Sept 6th (for 7 weeks)
Online @ iLearn
Synchronous time: Thurs @ 7 pm
ETHPT 5501: Principles starts
7 pm - 8:30 pm
ETHPT5581 Bioethics and Religious Thought and Practice 1
6 pm - 8:30 pm
Saint Alphonsus Medical Ctr Boise
Course: $360.00 per course
Lecture: $50.00 by check, debit or credit card. Billing to any hospital can also be requested.
Beauchamp, Tom, and James Childress. Principles of Biomedical Ethics. 7th ed. (6th ed. acceptable but student must make adjustment.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. ISBN: 978-019994656-3
Veatch, Robert M., Amy M. Haddad, and Dan C. English. Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics. 2nd ed. London: Oxford University Press, 2015. ISBN: 978-019994656-3
Williams, L. Bryan. A Complementary Bio Ethic. 1st ed. McCall: Drethics Press, 2016. ISBN: 978-0-9780342-5-2
The Professional Program in Bioethics offers 3 levels:
Work Force; Badge; and Certificate. Lecture Topics are available to introduce or develop bioethics in a medical environment.
Introductory courses are designed to get a professional started in the study of Bioethics. These courses are hybrid courses (face-to-face & ilearn online platform). Each course is 8 weeks duration with up to 3 hours weekly of class or online time (equals 3 block hours).
All classes will be open to anyone interested in Bioethics. The professor reserves the right to restrict access to anyone but registered students; however, the desire is for open access to the lectures.
Please arrive at 5:50 if you are a drop-in.
Please note that the education is designed around homework and class participation. Please register on the iLearn site and read the class materials prior to any class. The professor will attempt to be inclusive of all; however, prepared students will be given priority.
McCall College will record attendance. Each lecture attended will accumulate toward the Certificate in Bioethics. Completion of missing lectures in future classes is acceptable within 3 years of the start of the program. 2 missing lectures per course on the iLearn site is acceptable upon payment of tuition.
Legal issues in Bioethics 2
Bioethics and Religious Thought and Practice 1
Clinical Ethics Internship
Thurs. Sept 9th '17
Thurs. Oct 26th '17
Thurs. Jan 9th '18
Thurs. May 11th
Preparatory courses are designed for the professional student who is reentering higher education. These students may be concerned that their preparation may be inadequate. If the professional has not had a collegiate-level Introduction to Philosophy or Ethics, the professional is recommended to take Basic Ethics. If the professional is concerned about one's writing ability, the professional is recommended to take Communication for the Professions.
Basic Ethics: The Joy of Living
Communication for the Professions