Ethical or Spiritual Inquiry is one of five areas grouped together in a category called Personal and Social Responsibility in the General Education requirements at Stetson University. The number of courses from the Personal and Social Responsibility category that you are required to take depends on the college or school that you are enrolled in.
Students in the School of Business who first enroll at Stetson in the fall of 2010 or later must take the Ethical Inquiry course: BN209E Ethics and Law.
Courses that meet the Ethical or Spiritual Inquiry requirement foster your critical reflection on ideas and practices underlying ethical decisions, individual and societal values, or commitments to religious or spiritual belief. They are taught in a range of disciplines. Courses satisfying this category have an "E" tagged to the end of the three-digit course number. Junior Seminars in this area have "E.JS" after the course number. Departments offering these courses include:
If your major is in the College of Arts & Sciences and it requires an "E" course you may use it to satisfy the Ethical or Spiritual Inquiry requirement. There is the limitation that no more than three courses required for a major in Arts & Sciences may be used to satisfy General Education requirements.