African Indigenous Ethical Systems

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Course Venue:

Upper Block 4

Languages
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  

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Lumumba Dining Hall

Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  

Course Schedule

7 PM: 
8 PM
11 AM: 
12 PM
11 AM: 
12 PM
12 PM: 
1 PM
10 AM: 
11 AM
11 AM: 
12 PM
9 AM: 
10 AM
Course Code: 
EHR 2104
Course Credit Units: 
4
Semester: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
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Course Description & Objectives: 

African indigenous ethical systems is a course that examines the different ethical theories, values in traditional African societies with the intention of identifying that that still impact on the ethical behavior of the Africans of today. It also examines the foundation and the implications of these values for practical application today.   

Learning Outcomes: 

By the end of the course the student should be able to learn the following:·         The students should be able to identify the foundation of African ethics·         The student should be able to identify the basic principles of African indigenous ethics·         The student should be able to outline the basic ethical values of indigenous African ethics.·         The student should be able to compare and contrast indigenous African ethics with the western ethics.Student should be able to identify the strength and weaknesses of these indigenous ethical principles and values for contemporary relevance  

African Indigenous Ethical Systems
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