Moral Reasoning in Natural Resources
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Online | NR 507, 3 credits)

The course begins on June 12, 2017

Course Description: We will explore the practical aspects of moral reasoning of current issues in natural resources. The purpose of the course is to discover the essence of reasoning, rationality, and reflection on moral and ethical dilemmas with regard to natural resources.

Recommended preparation: UI Critical Thinking Handbook.

 

Dr. Justin Barnes
School of Journalism & Mass Media, University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1133 USA

 

   


 
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Non-University of Idaho students: Register as a non-degree student*
Admission requirements: Non-degree student
Information: Undergraduate Admissions | Email | 208-885-6326

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