CWRU launches new M.A. in Military Ethics program
February 5, 2018
Case Western Reserve University welcomes applications to the newly launched Military Ethics program – the first graduate degree program of its kind. The inaugural cohort began in Fall 2017. Students can complete the academic program in one intense year or at their own pace. Graduates will earn a specialized degree that stands alone, pairs with a law degree or serves as a stepping stone to a PhD program.
The Master of Arts in Military Ethics degree prepares students for career advancement or teaching in military ethics, law, policy, foreign affairs and other fields. Program faculty includes international experts in military ethics, international relations, public policy and related fields.
Case Western Reserve University is home to the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence. CWRU also hosted the International Society for Military Ethics (ISME) and an institutional member of Euro-ISME.
Annual Meeting of the International Society for Military Ethics
The International Society for Military Ethics (ISME) held its annual meeting in January 2018 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. The topic of the 2018 conference was Culture, Diversity, and Military Ethics: Intersections of Military and Civilian Culture at a Time of International Political Upheaval. Philosophers, military professionals, academics, and others will gather to discuss this topic and other key issues in the field.
Several CWRU faculty members have participated in previous ISME conferences and CWRU students and faculty also present at the annual European ISME (Euro-ISME) conference in May. The Inamori Center is proud to be an institutional member of Euro-ISME.