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Minor In Ethics Online

How Would Our Ethics Classes Online and a Minor in Ethics Benefit You?

Liberty’s Minor in Ethics online will equip you with essential tools needed to address the questions of good and evil from a foundation of truth in the Christian worldview. The professors in our ethics classes online will take issues that appear intimidating and equip you with essential decision-making techniques to help you confidently tackle issues whenever they are presented to you.

Our ethics classes online will prepare you for public service, where situations that require immediate and firm moral decisions are shared. Our Minor in Ethics online will make you confident in these situations as you strive to positively represent yourself and your faith.

Why Add a Minor in Ethics?
What Will You Learn?
Course Requirements

Why Choose Liberty for Ethics Classes Online and a Minor in Ethics?

Our ethics classes online and a Minor in Ethics are an excellent addition to any degree program at Liberty University because you will learn to integrate your faith with your field of study. The Minor in Ethics is offered completely online, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without the worry of having to take an ethics class on campus.

Our online Ethics Minor is an excellent addition to our Bachelor of Science in Government and the Bachelor of Science in Political Science.

What Will You Learn in Our Ethics Courses Online?

LIberty’s ethics classes online discuss topics such as social conflicts, assisted suicide, euthanasia, personal relationships, and abortion. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and discuss these topics with your professor and others in the class through discussion board posts. Our Minor in Ethics will allow you to choose between a class in Legal Ethics or Criminal Justice Ethics. With this option, you will be able to personalize your degree to better supplement your area of study.

Minor in Ethics Online Course Requirements (18 hours)

  • ETHC 101 — Introduction to Ethics
  • ETHC 205 — Ethical Reflections on Human Life
  • ETHC 210 — Science & Society
  • ETHC 323 — Critical & Historical Development of Public Ethics
  • ETHC 324 — Applied Ethics in Public Policy
  • ETHC 325 — Legal Ethics
        or ETHC 350 — Criminal Justice Ethics