The subject fosters a lifelong commitment to responsible discourse and action in all spheres of human interaction. Using applied case-based approach, students will gain the critical tools to effectively respond to the moral challenges in their personal, civic, professional and global contexts. After developing a critical vocabulary and problem-solving toolkit for addressing issues of responsibility and right action, students explore a broad range of real-world, contemporary problems. Through the consideration of these problems, students are encouraged to reflect on, develop and articulate a response to the problem, outline how they can act upon their judgement, and justify their decision making. The subject explores issues of responsible decision making in many cultural, professional and political contexts specifically in the areas of civil society, science, business, media, technology, culture and the law. Topics remain flexible to reflect the dynamic nature of questions of responsibility and right action in the 21st century.
1. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of critical decision-making skills regarding issues of responsible action.
2. demonstrate skills of analysis, reasoning, communication, and cooperation with which to address issues of responsible action
3. demonstrate the ability to implement and promote responsible decision making in personal, professional and global contexts.
There are no co-requisites.
Must be admitted into a Bond College Diploma Program.
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