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Academic course work is the lifeblood of any university. With the support of the Maguire Center, SMU has a rich array of ethics-related courses in every school.

COURSE NUMBER TITLE PROFESSOR NOTES
ACCT 3391 (MNO 3375, CFB 3375) Ethics in Accounting Robert Rasberry Offered Fall 2011
ADV 2375 Advertising Ethics Carrie La Ferle Offered Fall 2011
ADV 6317 Theories of Persuasion Steve Edwards
ADV 6383 Creativity as Problem-solving Patty Alvey
ADV 6371 Advertising as a Cultural Force Carrie La Ferle
ADV 6372 Responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship Offered Fall 2011
ANTH 2301 Introductory Cultural Anthropology James Kennell Offered Fall 2011
ANTH 3301 (SOCI 3301, CFB 3301) Health, Healing and Ethics: Cross-cultural Perspectives on Sickness and Society Staff Offered Fall or Spring or sometimes both
ANTH 3303 Psychological Anthropology John Phinney Spring semester
ANTH 3310
(CF 3310)
Gender and Sex Roles: A Global Perspective Caroline Brettell, Lauren Gulbas Fall semester
ANTH 3336 (CFA 3336) Gender and Globalization: Cultural and Ethical Issues Victoria Lockwood Spring semester
ANTH 3348
(CF 3348)
Health as a Human Right Carolyn Smith-Morris
ANTH 3365 (CFA 3365) The Rise and Fall of Superpowers: The Dynamics and Ethics of Empire Ronald Covey Offered Fall 2011
ANTH 3384 (CFA 3384) Paradise Lost? The Archaeology and Ethics of Human Environment May be offered in upcoming semesters
ANTH 3388 (CFA 3388) Warfare and Violence: The Anthropology and Ethics of Human Conflict David Wilson Offered Fall 2011
ANTH 6033 Proseminar on Ethics in Archaeology Various Spring semester
BL 6225

Legal and Ethical Environment of Business for Accountants
Catherine Weber Spring semester
CCJN 2302 Ethics of Convergent Media Tony Pederson Offered Fall 2011
CFA 3301 (ENGL 2321) The Dawn of Wisdom: Ancient Creation Stories from Four Civilizations John Lewis
CFA 3302 Gender: Images and Perspectives Shauna Claiborne, Josephine Ryan
CFA 3303 (WGST 2380) Human Sexuality Josephine Ryan Fall, Spring and Summer
WGST 2309 (CFA 3309) Lesbian and Gay Literature and Film: Minority Discourse and Social Power William Beauchamp
WGST 3310 Gender & Human Rights Offered Fall 2011
CFA 3310 Race and Ethnicity in the United States Anthony Cortese Offered Fall 2011
CFA 3312 Making History: Representations of Ethical Choices
CFA 3317 Global Perspectives on Environmental Issues John Walther
CFA 3318 (HIST 2384) Colonial Latin America David Rex Galindo
CFA 3344 (PLSC 4323) Politics of Change Dennis Simon
CFA 3336 Gender and Globalization: Cultural and Ethical Issues Victoria Lockwood
CFA 3364 (PHIL 3364) Philosophy of Biology Justin Fisher
CFA 3365 (ANTH 3365) The Rise and Fall of Superpowers: The Dynamics and Ethics of Empire R. Alan Covey Offered Fall 2011
CFA 3377 (PHIL 3377) Animal Rights: The Ethics of Human Treatment of Animals Jean Kazez
CFA 3379 Contexts of Disability Martha Satz
CFA 3384 (ANTH 3384) Paradise Lost: The Archaeology and Ethics of Human Environmental Impacts TBD
CFA 3385 (ANTH 3385) Sustainable Living Ben Wallace
CFA 3388 (ANTH 3388) Warfare and Violence: The Anthropology and Ethics of Human Conflict David Wilson Offered Fall & Spring
CFB 3309 North American Environmental History Benjamin Johnson
CFB 3310
(ANTH 3310)
Gender and Sex Roles: A Global Perspective Lauren Gulbas
CF 3305 Literary Executions: Imagination and Capital Punishment Michael Holahan Offered Fall 2011
CF 3306 The Holocaust Donald Niewyk
CF 3307 (PHIL 3374) Philosophy of Law Luke Robinson
CF 3308
(PHIL 3363)
Aesthetic Experience and Judgment Steven Sverdlik
CF 3312 Warfare in the Modern World John Mears
CF 3314 (HIST 3376) Social and Intellectual History of Modern Europe James Hopkins Usually offered in the Fall, but occasionally in the Spring
CF 3317 (HIST 3301) Human Rights: America's Dilemma Rick Halperin Offered Fall & Spring
CF 3322 Women in Early Modern Europe Kathleen Wellman
CF 3323 (THEA 4381-84) Gender in Performance: Social and Ethical Issues Gretchen Elizabeth Smith
CF 3324 An Archaeology of Values: the Self and Ethics from Kant to Baudrillard Dennis Foster
CF 3325 Class and Gender in Ancient Society Melissa Dowling
CF 3333 Clash of Cultures, 1450-1850 Julie Adkins, Bradley Carter, John Phinney
CF 3339 (RELI 3365) Understanding the Self: East and West G. William Barnard
CF 3340 (MDVL 3327) The Unicorn: Understanding Varieties of Truth in the Middle Ages
CF 3341 (PHIL 3362) Creativity, Discovery and Science Eric Barnes
CF 3342 (PHIL 3371) Social and Political Philosophy Stephen Hiltz
CF 3345 Literature of Religious Reflection Ross Murfin
CF 3346 Love & Death Serge Frolov
CF 3349 (FL 3349, HIST 3392) The African Dispora: Literature and History of Black Liberation Dennis Cordell, William Beauchamp Spring semester
CF 3351 The Pilgrimage: Images of Medieval Culture Bonnie Wheeler, Jeremy Adams, Jo Goyne
CF 3353 (MDVL 3353) Medieval Ideas Jeremy Adams
CF 3356 (RELI 3337) Christianity and American Public Life Charles Curran
CF 3361
(RELI 3309)
Bioethics from a Christian Perspective Charles Curran
CF 3364 (ENGL 3367) Ethical Implications of Children's Literature Martha Satz
CF 3367 The Greater Dallas Experience Caroline Brettell, David Doyle, Pauline Newton
CF 3368 (RELI 3368) Wholeness and Holiness: Religion and Healing Across Cultures G. William Barnard
CF 3369 Perspectives on Modern Germany Marie-Luise Gaettens
CF 3381 (ARHS 4371, WGST 3381) Modern Myth Making: Studies in the Manipulation of Imagery
CF 3384 Gaming the Rise of Civilization Paul Tropac
CF 3385 (SOCIO 3383) Race, Culture and Social Policy in the Southwest
CF 3388 (PLSC 3342) Making Democracy Work Luigi Manzetti
CF 3391 Corporate Ethics and Social Responsibility Robert Rasberry
CF 3399 Cultural History of Tibet Carl Elverskog
CF 3401 The Good Society James Hopkins
CF 3405 Troubled Youth Bruce Levy
CFB 3301 (ANTH 3301, SOCI 3301) Health, Healing, and Ethics: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Sickness and Society Nia Parson
CFB 3313 Genetic Determinism and Free Will Teresa R. Strecker Offered once a year in the fall
CFB 3318 Schools and Society Andrea Hamilton
CFB 3320 Medieval Majesty and Memory Jeremy Adams
CFB 3333 The Scientific Method John Cotton, Randall Scalise
CFB 3353 Latino/a Religion in the United States Jill DeTemple
CFB 3355 Music and Culture Jesus Ramos
CFB 3375 (MNO 3375) Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership Robert Rasberry Offered Fall 2011
CLAS 3311 (ARHS 3311) Mortals, Myths and Monuments: Images of Greek and Roman Culture
CSE 1341 Principles of Computer Science Ira Greenberg, Mark Fontenot, Kenneth Howard
ECO 1310 Exploring Economic Issues Michael Saliba Spring semester
ECO 1312 Principles of Macroeconomics Raveendra Batra, Edward Skelton Offered Fall & Spring in multiple sections
EDU 5349 Learning Environment and Professionalism EC-12 Dara Williams-Rossi
EDU 6240 Values and Ethics of Leadership
EDU 6303 Learning Environment and Professionalism
EDU 6310 Philosophical Ideas in Education

Victor Worsfold
Usually taught in second summer session at Legacy Campus
EMIS 3150 Ethics in Computing Mary Alys Lillard
EMIS 3308 Engineering Management Mary Lillard
ENCE 1301 Environment and Technology: Ecology and Ethics Jennifer O'Brien
ENGL 1365 The Literature of Minorities Bruce Levy
ENGL 2306 The Ethical, the Catastrophic, and Human Responsibility Tom Stone, Diana Grumbles, Vanessa Hopper, Nancy Hodge, Ann Shattles
ENGL 2406 Ethical Issues and Community Action Bruce Levy
ENGL 2361 Fortune, Fame and Scandal: The American Dream John Lewis (retired)
ENGL 3367 (CF 3364) Ethical Implications of Children's Literature Martha Satz
ENGL 3379 (CFA 3379) Literary and Cultural Contexts of Disability: Gender, Care and Justice Martha Satz
HDCN 6381 Ethics and Mental Health Thomas Hartsell Offered Fall & Spring
HGAM 6100 Special Topics - Social Science (Ethics) Paul Toprac Offered during module 8
HIST 2398 American Politics and Culture: FDR to Obama R. Hal Williams
HIST 3301 (CF 3317) Human Rights: America's Dilemma Rick Halperin Offered Fall & Spring
HIST 3307 The United States and the Cold War Thomas Knock Offered Fall or Spring
HIST 3312 Women in American History Crista DeLuzio Spring semester
HIST 3313 African Americans in the U.S., 1607-1877 Ken Hamilton Fall semester
HIST 3314 African Americans in the U.S., 1877-Present Ken Hamilton Spring semester
HIST 3341 Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, 1917-Present Daniel Orlovsky Fall semester
HIST 3358 The Renaissance Kathleen Wellman Spring semester
HIST 3370 The American Revolution Edward Countryman Spring semester
HIST 3376 (CF 3314) Social and Intellectual History of Modern Europe James Hopkins Usually Fall semester, but occasionally Spring
HIST 3401 (CF 3401) The Good Society James Hopkins Spring semester
HIST 5376 Europe in the Age of Enlightenment Kathleen Wellman Offered Fall or Spring
LAW 6205 Law, Literature and Medicine Tom Mayo Offered once a year
LAW 7329 Jurisprudence George Martinez Offered once a year
LAW 7330 Law and Medicine - Bioethics Tom Mayo Offered once a year
LAW 7334 Perspectives on Counterterrorism Jeffrey Kahn Offered once a year
LAW 7350 Professional Responsibility William Bridge, Linda Eads, Frederick Moss Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
ME 1305 Information Technology and Society Dona Mularkey
MNO 6232 Corporate Ethics and Organizational Responsibility Robert Rasberry Fall semester
BB 8345 Scripture and Christian Ethics Jaime Clark-Soles
MT 6303 Moral Theology Robin Lovin, Rebekah Miles, Charles Curran, Theo Walker
MT 8305 Historical Studies in Christian Ethics Charles Curran
MT 8331 The Theology and Ethics of 19th Century Holiness Women
MT 8332 Ethics, Theology and Children
MT 8335 Ethics, Theology and Family
MT 8352 Contemporary Moral Issues
MT 8365 Ethical Reflection on Schubert M. Ogden’s Theology
MT 8375 The Poor in John Wesley's Ethics Hugo Magallanes
MT 8381 Theology and Ethics of Ministry
MT 8383 Process Theology and Social Ethics
MT 8385 Martin & Malcolm and Theological Ethics
TC 8318 Christian Ethics & Social Justice
TC 8325 Bioethics Charles Curran Offered every other semester
TC8340 The Christian, the Church and the Public Good
HH 8027, 8327 Christianity and Social Justice in the Southwest
MUHI 3341 Woman and Music: "Like a Virgin": From Hildegard to Madonna
PHIL 1316 Introduction to Ethics Luke Robinson
PHIL 1317 Business Ethics Kenneth Daley, Stephen Hiltz
PHIL 1318 Contemporary Moral Problems Nenad Popovic, Stephen Hiltz Multiple sections offered every semester
PHIL 3302 (RELI 3302) Problems in the Philosophy of Religion Jill DeTemple
PHIL 3362 (CF 3341) Creativity, Discovery and Science Eric Barnes
PHIL 3363 (CF 3308) Aesthetic Experience and Judgment Steven Sverdlik
PHIL 3371 (CF 3342) Social and Political Philosophy Stephen Hiltz
PHIL 3373 Punishment and Responsibility Steven Sverdlik Taught infrequently
PHIL 3374 (CF 3307) Philosophy of Law Luke Robinson
PHIL 3375 Topics in Moral Philosophy Jean Kazez
PHIL 3377(CFA 3377) Animal Rights: The Ethics of Human Treatment of Animals Jean Kazez
PHIL 3379 Environmental Ethics Jean Kazez
PHIL 3380 Ethical Theory Luke Robinson Usually offered once a year
PLSC 1360 Introduction to Political Theory Bradley Carter
PLSC 4363 Religion and Politics in the Western Tradition Matthew Wilson Usually offered once a year
PSYC 6360 Ethics in Psychology Cynthia McDonald
BL 3335 Introduction to Legal Environment and Ethics Barbara Kincaid, Cynthia Rerko
RELI 1301 Ways of Being Religious Jill De Temple, Christopher Dowdy
RELI 1303 Introduction to Eastern Religions Steven Lindquist
RELI 1304 Introduction to Western Religion Andrew Dunning, John Lamoreaux
RELI 1305 Introduction to Primal Religions G. William Barnard
RELI 3302 (PHIL 3302) Problems in the Philosophy of Religion Clayton Littlejohn
RELI 3306 Introduction to the Hindu Tradition Steven Lindquist
RELI 3308 Christian Ethics and Moral Issues Charles Curran
RELI 3309
(CF 3361)
Bioethics from a Christian Perspective Charles Curran
RELI 3317 (CF 3357) Human Meaning and Value in Personal Life Jilll DeTemple
RELI 3319 Introduction to the Hebrew Bible Serge Frolov
RELI 3337 (CF 3356) Christianity and American Public Life Charles Curran
RELI 3360 The History of Judaism Serge Frolov
RELI 3365 (CF 3339) Understanding the Self: East and West G. William Barnard
RELI 3366 Magic, Myth and Religion Across Cultures Kristaffer Alstatt
RELI 3368 (CF 3368) Wholeness and Holiness: Religion and Healing Across Cultures G. William Barnard
RELI 4356 The Bible and Ethics Mark Chancey, Robin Lovin
RELI 7365 Religious Ethics I Charles Wood
RELI 7366 Religious Ethics II
RELI 7367 Religious Ethics III Charles Wood
RELI 7368 Religious Ethics IV Robin Lovin
RELI 7379 Religious Ethics V Robin Lovin
SOCI 2300 Social Problems Debra Branch, Anthony Cortese Offered every other semester
SOCI 3301 (ANTH 3301, CFB 3301) Health, Healing and Society: Cross Cultural Perspectives on Sickness and Society Staff Offered Fall & Spring
SOCI 3305 (CFA 3310) Race and Ethnicity in the United States Tony Cortese Offered every other semester
SOCI 3345 Media, Ethics, and Gender Anthony Cortese Offered every other semester
SOCI 3355 Family Conflict J. Michael Cruz Offered every other semester
SOCI 3360 Law and Society Richard Hawkins Offered every other semester
SOCI 3363 Crime and Delinquency Richard Hawkins Offered every other semester
SOCI 3370 Minority-Dominant Relations Anthony Cortese Offered every other semester
SOCI 3371 Sociology of Gender Debra Branch Offered every other semester
SOCI 4321 Immigration and Population Issues Dalia Abdelhady Offered every other semester
SOCI 4363 Administration of Justice Richard Hawkins Offered every other semester
SOCI 4364 Correctional Systems Richard Hawkins Offered every other semester
SOCI 4366 Deviant Behavior Richard Hawkins Offered every other semester
SOCI 4372 Wealth and Consumption Sheri Kunovich Offered every other semester
SOCI 4373 Class, Race, and Gender Inequalities Sheri Kunovich Offered every other semester
THEA 4381-84 (CF 3323) Studies in Theatre, Drama, and Performance Rhonda Blair Offered Fall 2011
WGST 3310 Gender and Human Rights Josephine Ryan Offered Fall 2011
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