Center for Healthcare Ethics
Healthcare ethics is an interdisciplinary field in a globalized context that engages clinical, organizational, professional, and research issues related to medicine, science, law, policy, social science, and the humanities.
The Center for Healthcare Ethics is part of the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts at Duquesne University, having offered degree programs in healthcare ethics since 1993.
The Healthcare Ethics academic program trains scholars and professionals in the field of health care ethics. In addition to academic courses there are clinical ethics rotations and internships that provide Mentored Apprenticeships in Ethics Consultation supervised by our faculty. It also sponsors lecture series, networks and affiliations that bring together thought-leaders in healthcare ethics to work internationally on issues of importance.
Course Syllabi for Fall 2016 Clinical Rotations now Available
Please click here to access the clinical course syllabi for the Fall 2016 semester. The clinical rotation syllabi may be found at the bottom of the page under "Ethics Rotations."
The first meeting for Fall 2016 clinical rotations will take place on Monday August 22nd at 11:00am in the Center's Kelly Library.
Course Syllabi for Fall 2016 Semester now Available
Please click the following links to acces the Fall 2016 course syllbi. Course descriptions may be accessed by clicking here.
Congratulations to our 2016 graduates! Please click the photo below to view this year's graduation photos.
4IAEE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ETHICS EDUCATION: BUILDING BRIDGES & BRIDGING GAPS May 25th - 27th, Logroño, Spain.
Students with a Bachelor's degree in a field related to health care ethics, such a humanities degree with a major or minor in ethics, are eligible to apply for admission to a doctoral program.
The Baccalaureate Admission track requires sixteen courses (48 credits) beyond the Baccalaureate Degree.All Healthcare Ethics (HCE) programs include academic courses and clinical ethics rotations or internships. Students may study full-time or part-time. Part-time students must take a minimum of 2 courses each fall and spring semester. Typically, HCE degree courses are taught in the afternoon and evening.
The courses are designed with a focus on research competencies. This will better facilitate the writing of dissertations.
- Healthcare Ethics Resources
- Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETD) LibGuide
- Dissertation PROPOSAL Signature Page
- Dissertation Signature Page
- Requirements for Dissertation Review