Millersville University, Faculty Senate

General Education Curriculum

Program Review

May 1996

Curricular Currency

Moral Reflection

10. Moral Reflection--Students are confronted with value-laden issues, to discuss them intelligently, and to formulate decisions based on both knowledge and ethics.

With the exception of the Perspectives courses, Millersville does not require that courses consider the morality of actions. The "diversity" and "citizenship" goals do imply that students are to be engaged in moral reflection. There is a PDE requirement of ethics for secondary education majors, but it does not seem to be widely observed. A difficulty here is that faculty (and students) may be reluctant to advance their own values.

Curricular Currency
...|Liberal Arts and Sciences |Fundamental Skills |Higher Standards and More Requirements |Tighter Curriculum Structure |The Freshman Year |The Senior Year |Global Studies |Cultural Diversity |Integration of Knowledge |Active Learning |Extension Through All Four Years |Assessment |Information Literacy
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