Ethical Decision-Making in Child and Youth Care Practice
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
An introduction to historical theoretical perspectives in the western philosophy of ethics, an overview of decision-making models and current professional perspectives on ethics in Child and Youth Care/human service practice. Taught using experiential learning and critical thinking strategies designed to develop personal approaches to ethical choice making and a commitment to ethical practice and social justice. Students will develop an ethical decision-making framework for application to their current and future practice.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 240, 340.
Prerequisites: Second-year standing.
Undergraduate course in Child and Youth Care offered by the School of Child and Youth Care in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.