INT D 720: Advanced Ethics and Academic Citizenship

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Course Description:

2 hours | Asynchronous, Online | For Doctoral Students

INT D 720: Advanced Ethics and Academic Citizenship provides advanced treatment of ethical principles that doctoral students need to be successful in their programs. Topics addressed in the course include: research and scholarship, intellectual property, academic citizenship, and ethical principles in university teaching.

The course will be open to students in BearTracks on August 1, 2021, and will appear on students' official transcript record.

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Course Objectives: 

  1. Equip graduate students with an understanding of university policy, including their rights and responsibilities; and
  2. Provide doctoral students with a deeper understanding of academic citizenship, including duties, responsibilities and values, as it relates to their personal conduct, research and scholarly activities, and role as educators.

Intended Learning Outcomes: 

  1. Identify ethical concerns related to indigenizing and decolonizing the academy, academic citizenship, research and scholarship integrity, and ethical principles in university teaching; and
  2. Define, recognize, and analyze ethical matters related to indigenization, research and scholarship integrity, academic citizenship, and teaching and learning.