The courses listed below carry the Georgia Tech-specific Ethics attribute. While some courses (as designated) meet Humanities or Social Science requirements, not all of the courses listed below will meet Core Curriculum (general education) requirements. Additionally, some programs may require specific courses that address their ethics degree requirements. These specific courses may or may not appear on the list below. Check with the major school accordingly.
Any course that is to be assigned the Ethics attribute must receive approval from the Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee GenEd and Policy Subcommittee, the Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, and the Academic Senate. Courses that are considered for approval to carry the Ethics attribute must address the Ethics Attribute Learning Outcomes in the course syllabus.
The learning outcomes for the ethics attribute are broadly crafted to accommodate ethical principles and applications across disciplines.
Course proposals should include learning outcomes that reflect these broad institution-level statements but are contextualized to reflect disciplinary principles and course level content.
To carry the Georgia Tech-specific ethics attribute, a course must demonstrate alignment of course level objectives, content, and assessments with each of the following:
- An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in real-world contexts.
- An ability to assess actions or decisions based on established ethical principles and theories, or through deliberative processes.
- An ability to consider the implications of actions, both broadly (e.g. global, economic, environmental, or societal) and for individuals.
|CHBE 4515||Chemical Process Safety||1|
|CS 4001||Computing, Society, and Professionalism||3|
|CS 4726||Privacy, Technology, Policy, and Law||3|
|HTS 1081||Engineering in History||3|
|HTS 2061||Traditional Asia and Its Legacy||3|
|HTS 2084||Technology and Society||3|
|HTS 2100||Sci, Tech & Modern World||3|
|HTS 3032||Modern European Intellectual History||3|
|INTA 2030||Ethics in International Affairs||3|
|LMC 3219||Literature and Medicine||3|
|LMC 3304||Science, Technology, and Gender||3|
|LMC 3318||Biomedicine and Culture||3|
|MGT 3608||Technology Law and Ethics||3|
|MGT 4047||Ethics & Accounting||3|
|MGT 4726||Privacy, Technology, Policy, and Law||3|
|NS 4322||Naval Leadership and Ethics||3|
|PHIL 3105||Ethical Theories||3|
|PHIL 3109||Engineering Ethics||3|
|PHIL 3127||Science, Technology, and Human Values||3|
|PHIL 3140||Philosophy of Food||3|
|PHIL 3180||Biomedical Ethics||3|
|PHIL 4176||Environmental Ethics||3|
|PSYC 1101||General Psychology||3|
|PSYC 2015||Research Methods||4|
|PSYC 2210||Social Psychology||3|
|PSYC 2220||Industrial/Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSYC 2230||Abnormal Psychology||3|
|PSYC 2240||Personality Theory||3|
|PSYC 2270||Introduction to Engineering Psychology||3|
|PSYC 3031||Experimental Analysis of Behavior||4|
|PSYC 4050||History and Systems||3|
|PSYC 4270||Psychological Testing||3|
|PUBP 3244||Stem Cell Science, Policy, and Ethics||3|
|PUBP 3600||Sustainability, Technology, and Policy||3|
|PUBP 4726||Privacy, Technology, Policy and Law||3|
|SLS 3110||Technology and Sustainable Community Development||3|