February 22nd Open House and Information Session
Master's Program in Bioethics and Medical Humanities
The Department of Bioethics at Case Western Reserve University is hosting an open house and information session on Thursday, February 22nd at 5PM.
Come learn the details of this remarkable 1 year Master's program and how you can earn your MA degree in only one academic year.
Please RSVP TODAY!
Apply for free before March 1st
WHEN: Thursday, February 22nd at 5PM
WHAT: Open house reception and information session
WHERE: Department of Bioethics, TA200, in The School of Medicine (parking will be validated)
5:00PM-5:30PM- TA200 (1st floor)
Welcome reception- Students will have an opportunity to meet and mingle with our faculty and current MA students. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be provided.
5:35PM-5:55PM- TA200 Conference Room
Information session about the Master's in Bioethics and Medical Humanities
Interested students are welcome to attend and participate in our evening seminar "Foundations in Bioethics." The topic for the evening is Acute Human/Nonhuman Neurological Chimerism, taught by Professor Insoo Hyun.
Highlights of the MA program include:
- Nationally and internationally renowned multidisciplinary faculty with backgrounds in medicine, nursing, philosophy, law, religious studies, anthropology, sociology, public health, psychology, and history.
- Unique clinical experience with clinical ethics practicum opportunities at four major academic medical centers (University Hospitals’ Cleveland Medical Center, MetroHealth Medical Center, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center) and the Hospice of Western Reserve.
- Research ethics concentration designed to explore ethical issues in research in depth through coursework, direct observation, and working with research regulatory professionals.
- The Medicine, Society, and Culture concentration provides students with a unique, interdisciplinary approach to exploring fundamental questions involving concepts of illness and well-being--and, in turn, how an understanding of these terms varies across communities, countries, cultures, professions, and more.
- International bioethics and medical humanities programs. Different cultures understand and address ethical issues in medicine and the life sciences in unique ways. Gaining an appreciation for this international diversity is critical in today’s world, and can be both illuminating and challenging.
- Wide array of department electives drawing from the entire University curriculum.
Hear from Karen, who is currently at CWRU School of Medicine. She earned her Master's with us.
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