In this course we discuss models and tools for making ethical decisions. We are often told to be ethical, and make ethical decisions, but are not provided with the tools to help us make ethical decisions. Ethical decisions usually mean make a choice between two rights and includes balancing various needs in order to make what is considered an ethical decision. This is what makes ethical decision making so hard, because there doesn’t seem to be one correct answer.
Most ethical decisions can be described as being making a choice between: