My association with the College has challenged me, nurtured me, enriched me and broadened my worldview.
- Fr Petros Parginos (former student and lecturer)
Ethical Decision Making
Prof. Marilise Smurthwaite
BA Hons (Wits), BA Hons, HDE (Unisa), MPhil, DPhil (St Augustine College)
Duration & Time:
4 hours / 24 Jun 2015: 09h00 - 13h00
incl. course materials and refreshments
How do I make ethical decisions when faced with moral problems in either personal or work-related situations? If you find this question relevant, then you’ll definitely benefit from attending this course. You’ll learn to distinguish between the ethical, the legal and the non-ethical. By exploring the process of moral reasoning and ethical decision-making, the course will help you develop the capacity to resolve ethical dilemmas that you may face in daily life. Applying a number of ethical models to various case studies and examples of ethical conflicts will make the acquired knowledge relevant to your own experience.