Biomedical Ethics


The Biomedical Ethics concentration emphasizes the practical application of biomedical ethics research and translates foundational principles into effective approaches to studying contemporary challenges in bioethics. The concentration provides rigorous methodological and conceptual training for scholars interested in pursuing careers involving biomedical ethics research.

Concentration leader

Richard Sharp, Ph.D.

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Required credits

Course number Course title Credits
CTSC 5261 Theoretical and Historical Foundations of Biomedical Ethics 2
CTSC 5262 Case Studies in Health Policy and Biomedical Ethics 1
Choose two credits of the following:
CTSC 5210 Ethical Issues in Regenerative Medicine 1
CTSC 5263 Ethical Issues in Population Health Science 1
CTSC 5340 Ethical Issues in Individualized Medicine 1
CTSC 5350 Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence and Information Technologies 1
Total 5