Medical Ethics PHIL 148 @ Binghamton University, Sum 11

1Jun/116

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Hi everyone my name is Rameisha Allen and I will be a Sophmore in the fall. I am from Queens, NY and my majors are PPL and Spanish with an intended minor in Sociology. After my undergraduate at Binghamton University I will be attending Law School, hopefully Columbia University/ the University of Chicago. I decided to take Medical Ethics because it's required for my major and I heard that it is a fun and interesting class. I have never taken a course online and the main reason why I have chosen to do this is because Medical Ethics isn't available in the Fall.

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  1. Hello Rameisha! I hope your first experience with an online course is a good one.

    It’s a shame that Medical Ethics isn’t be offered in the Fall. Our resident Medical Ethics expert is moving on to CUNY.

    Any idea what kind of law you’d like to study?

  2. Hey Rameisha! This is my first online class too 🙂 That’s awesome that you’re double majoring in Spanish & PPL, I’m pretty horrendous at Spanish myself, but do you plan on spending a semester abroad in a Spanish speaking country? Also, what PPL classes have you taken already (I’m a PPL major as well)?

    • I really want to spend a semester in Spain, I just think Spain is a beautiful country and plus my favorite tennis player Rafael Nadal is from Spain.
      So far I have taken Phil146: Law & Justice, PlSc115, Phil122: Elementary Logic & now Medical Ethics. However next semester I’ll be taking Hist104 & Phil107: Existence & Freedom.
      How about you?

  3. I’m not a 100% sure what type of law I want to study. My options are Immigration, Corporate and Civil Rights.

  4. I really want to spend a semester in Spain, I just think Spain is a beautiful country and plus my favorite tennis player Rafael Nadal is from Spain.
    So far I have taken Phil146: Law & Justice, PlSc115, Phil122: Elementary Logic & now Medical Ethics. However next semester I’ll be taking Hist104 & Phil107: Existence & Freedom.
    How about you?


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