Elective courses include any of the courses listed below. Students who wish to enroll in a course not approved for the program must first secure the permission of the director of the master’s program.
Elective courses may be taken in Biological Sciences, Communication and Media Studies, Economics, Latino and Latin American Studies, Law, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Theology.
Students may also complete the Ethics and Society Field Practicum Course as an elective.
Individualized tutorials (which count as a course) may also be arranged in areas of interest for which there may not be a specific course. Examples of individualized tutorials include "Business Ethics", "Religion, Gender and Sexuality" and "Moral Instincts and Moral Behaviors."
Fordham University School of Law
- EHGL 0203 - Professional Responsibility
- EHGL 0204 - Professional Responsibility: Ethics In Public Interest Law
- EHGL 0208 - Professional Responsibility: Corporate Counsel
- EHGL 0209 - Professional Responsibility: Criminal Advocacy
- EHGL 0213 - Professional Responsibility: Civil Litigation
- EHGL 0299 - Professional Responsibility: Lawyers and Justice
- HEGL 0369 - Psychology and Criminal Law
- ITGL 0042 - Human Rights Law
- ITGL 0445 - Human Rights: Holocaust and Law
- JUGL 0104 - Topics in Legal Philosophy
- JUGL 0295 - Feminist Jurisprudence
- JUGL 0347 - Jewish Law: Sources, Principles, and Jurisprudence
- JUGL 0357 - Introduction to Jurisprudence
- JUGL 0358 - Jurisprudence
- JUGL 0393 - Catholic Perspectives on Conflict Resolution
Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service
- SWGS 6014 - Women, Work and Poverty
- SWGS 6040 - Integrating Human Rights and Justice in Practice
- SWGS 6050 - Human Rights and Social Justice
- SWGS 6109 - Capacity Building with Faith Communities: Meeting the Challenges of Poverty
Fordham University Graduate School of Arts and Science
- HIST 6731 - U.S. Immigration and Ethnicity
- HUST 5410 - Gender Integration in Humanitarian Action