The minor in Science, Policy & Ethics, which requires 5 courses total, can be created by complementing a selection of core SCPP seminars with relevant foundational work in the philosophy and religion departments, as follows-
Two seminars, chosen from the following three offerings-
a) Introductory level;
ONE of the following, to provide the necessary philosophical foundation:
b) Advanced level;
TWO lecture courses, drawn from the following:
In years in which they are offered, an ethics course in the Religion Department, such as: RELI V3000y- Buddhist Ethics, RELI V3338x- Jewish Ethics, RELI V3490y- Christian Ethics may be substituted for one of the advanced level Philosophy courses listed above. In addition, with approval of the SCPP Director, other Morningside campus courses [e.g., HIST BC 3305- Bodies & Machines, HIST BC 4909- History of Environmental Thinking, HIST BC4064- Medieval Science & Society, WMST BC3131- Women & Science] bearing great relevance to issues of science & society may permit a similar substitution.