Mar 30, 2023  
Academic Catalog 2022-2023 
Academic Catalog 2022-2023
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COR 183 - Ethical Inquiry & Community

Credits: 3

Courses with the “COR” prefix are part of the Flagler College Core Curriculum.  Each COR course satisfies a Flagler Core Literacy requirement and also counts towards the Flagler Value Pathway requirements.

Any course with the COR 183 catalog number counts towards:

  • The Ethical Reasoning Literacy: Ethics deals with questions of good and evil, right and wrong, should and should not. The ability to think critically about ethical issues, to question our own ethical presuppositions and those of others, and to productively engage with people whose ethical perspectives we disagree with or just don’t understand is crucial both on an individual level and for a well-functioning society. These skills are necessary for developing our own ability to make well informed ethical and political choices and to our formation as virtuous individuals. They are also indispensable tools for living and participating in a diverse democracy in which people often have different and sometimes conflicting values that inform their personal and collective decision making.
    • Students must complete one Core course in the Ethical Reasoning Literacy. Any course listed as COR 181  , COR 182  , COR 183, or COR 184  completes this requirement.
  • The Respectful and Inclusive Community Value Pathway: We believe that ethical citizenship should be exemplified on campus and in the community. We set high expectations for honesty, integrity, and individual responsibility. We are deeply committed to building a community of trust.

Syllabi available upon request.

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