The programme encourages research in bioethics and enables a systematic and critical understanding of hot topics such as ethics at the edges of human life, genetics, neuroethics, priority setting, palliative care and resource allocation. Offered by the Faculty of Theology in collaboration with other Departments from different Faculties, the course is strongly inter-disciplinary and aims to foster a culture respectful of bioethics, particularly amongst biomedical and healthcare professionals. The M.A. is covered by the Get Qualified Scheme.
The course introduces candidates to key ethical issues and theories relevant to economic and business environments. Candidates come into contact with different stakeholders, as part of the modules take the form of public seminars to facilitate dialogue between the academic and business spheres. Offered by the Faculty of Theology in collaboration with the Faculty of Laws and the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy, this course brings together the fields of business studies, law, philosophical and moral ethics, marketing, and public policy. The M.A. is covered by the Get Qualified Scheme.
The programme exposes candidates to the key ethical, social and political underpinnings of cultural, biological and ecological degradation, and identifies the potential for sustainable human ecologies that benefit both present and future generations. Offered by the Faculty of Theology in collaboration with the Faculty for the Built Environment, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Faculty of Laws, the Centre for Environmental Education and Research and the Institute of Earth Systems, this programme is strongly inter-disciplinary in its scientific analysis and ethical evaluation of the global, social, political, technological and environmental crisis.