DCU and MDI launch 'Joint MA in Ethics'

The Institute of Ethics at Dublin City University (DCU) together with Mater Dei Institute of Education (MDI) are pleased to announce a newly-accredited joint Master of Arts in Ethics. This two-year, part-time, MA in Ethics programme provides participants with knowledge, skills and competence to examine ethical issues, challenges and dilemmas in professional and public life from a wide spectrum of ethical worldviews and theories. The programme provides participants with a grounding in the foundations of ethics, human rights and social justice. Participants will also develop the necessary ethical analysis and decision-making skills to apply ethical perspectives and principles to real-life and professional dilemmas. As such the programme aims to "add value" to continuing professional development.

The programme is designed for graduates and professionals working in the areas of:

Education and Teaching, Management, Health Care, Medical Practice, Chaplaincy, Business, Finance, Banking, Law, Human Resources, Social Work and Other Care Services.

It will be of particular relevance for those whose work involves participation in ethics committees and activities relating to corporate social responsibility/citizenship, regulations or human rights. At the same time, other graduates without professional experience will benefit from the knowledge provided in this programme and develop important ethical decision-making skills.

How do I Apply?

The closing date for applications is August 15th 2010.  To apply for this programme, please contact: Admissions Office, Mater Dei Institute of Education, Clonliffe Road, Dublin 3.  Email:  Ph: (01) 808 6518