Taught by Professor Brian Thomas, the Ethics of International Services class is offered by Baylor University.
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or consent of instructor.
Study of ethical considerations for professionals working in developing countries, especially those associated with the implementation of technology-oriented or enterprise-oriented development interventions. Topics include the nature and causes of poverty, international development, issues of justice, the influence of culture, the importance of community, humanitarian engineering, microfinance and entrepreneurial solutions to poverty, and preparing for a career in international service. Current theories of development from secular and Christian viewpoints will be explored.
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