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Institute Programs

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The Ethics Institute sponsors programming in three general areas:

  • Programs for Dartmouth students,
  • faculty,
  • and the general public. 

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Dartmouth Students

Ethics Minor

The Ethics Minor is currently not open to new students.

The Ethics Minor consists of a total of 6 courses: 2 required introductory courses, three other courses forming a coherent "cluster" or focus of interest, and a senior culminating project.

Proposal and Required Courses

Meet our Minor Students!

Dartmouth Ethics Society

The Dartmouth Ethics Society is comprised of 238 Dartmouth students who have expressed an interest in Ethics and the programming of the Ethics Institute. Learn more>>

Graduate Ethics Program

The Graduate Studies Office, in collaboration with the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth, has developed an institution-wide training program in the basics of professional ethics. This program is a requirement for all first-year Arts and Sciences graduate students. The Graduate Ethics Program has four components: an opening session during orientation, a graduate student ethics survey, and four small group discussions addressing focal topics during the first year of graduate school. Learn more>>

Dartmouth Faculty

Ethics Across the Curriculum Faculty Seminar - The Ethics Institute hosts faculty seminars that have as its goal the integration of ethics into research and teaching. 

General Public

Lectures and Conferences appear on our Events Calendar.

Last Updated: 3/20/18