Approved Non-STEM Business and Ethics Courses

The University of Arizona graduate-level non-STEM courses below may count toward the M.S. in Optical Sciences and Ph.D. in Optical Sciences programs at the College of Optical Sciences, with approval from the associate dean for academic programs. Generally, one or two courses may be approved.

  • ARC 559: Ethics and Practice
  • BNAD 509A: Business Law, Governance and Corporate Ethics
  • BNAD 510: Business Foundations for Scientists
  • CPH 516: Ethics, Values and Public Health Policy
  • CBA 479/579 Art of Scientific Discovery
  • EDL 626: Leadership for Social Justice: Ethics and Law
  • ENTO/EIS 548: Environmental Sciences Meets People: The Interplay of Ecology and Ethics
  • ENTR 500: Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization
  • EPID 651: Bioethics, Regulations and Repercussions in Research
  • IRLS 520: Ethics for Library and Information Professionals
  • JOUR 539: Ethics and the News Media
  • LAW 654: Bioethics and Medical Litigation
  • LAW 654A: Bioethics and Lawn
  • LAW 654C: Reproductive Law
  • LAW 655D: Courtroom Ethics
  • LAW 662C: Legal Ethics for Criminal Lawyers
  • LAW 696F: Legal Ethics
  • MCB 695E: Science, Society and Ethics
  • NURS 503: Human Diversity and Ethics
  • PA 516: Health, Ethics and Public Policy
  • PA 544: Ethics in Private and Public Organizations
  • PHCL 595B: Scientific Writing Strategies, Skills and Ethics (may meet non-thesis writing course option)
  • PHIL 596A: Ethics
  • SERP 548: Ethics and Professional Identify in School Counseling
  • SERP 595K: Group Processes and Ethics
  • SERP 696C: Professional Standards, Ethics and Issues in School Psychology
  • SIE 596E: Ethics for Engineers
  • SP H 649: Survival Skills and Ethics