This course introduces the learner to information technology concepts and major arguments and “gambits” in moral philosophy. The learner will be able to identify the stakes of, analyze, and defend moral decisions and work independently to develop arguments in ethics in the context of information technology concepts. The assignments in the course are designed to be specifically targeted not only to current technology topics but also to methods in moral philosophy thus pushing the boundaries of the students to explore their own ethics and moral values around them rather than relying on the opinions of others. Embedded in the course is social engineering as a key element of the curriculum.
Please click the button(s) below to download the resource(s)Glossary
docxPlease login to download this file.
About this resource
Tertiary / Higher Education
Morality and Philosophy
Learning Resource Type
Bunker Hill Community College
CC BY / CC BY-SA