Learn to Lead.

Making big decisions is hard work. The conscientious leader must weigh the costs and benefits of every outcome. How will your decision impact others in your workplace? How will it impact your organization’s stakeholders? How will it impact your wider community? The minor in Ethics will prepare you to think through complex scenarios and to act for the greater good. Its courses will help you develop the skills to be a respected leader in all your professional and personal pursuits.

Diverse Perspectives.

As an interdisciplinary program, the minor in Ethics will introduce you to a variety of perspectives in theory and in practice. You will learn to analyze problems in applied fields such as business, engineering, healthcare, and law using tools from the disciplines of philosophy and theology. Those lessons will help you to develop practical values informed by and supporting the diverse lived experiences of those entrusted to your care.

Competitive Advantage.

The minor in Ethics will add value to your college experience. Whatever your path in life, you will be called upon to make decisions warranting mindful reasoning.  Training in Ethics will help you discern your vocation and give you a competitive advantage in the job market of your choosing. Some popular majors to pair with an Ethics minor include; Biological Sciences, Philosophy, Business, Communications, Engineering, and Theology.

For a complete listing of required courses for the program in Ethics, please visit the Marquette University Online Bulletin at this link.