The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics offers courses in Bioethics in June each year through the Berman Institute Bioethics Intensives (BI2) program. BI2 provides an engaging, non-degree learning opportunity open to anyone interested in exploring bioethics in an interactive short-course format. The courses focus on both theoretical and applied aspects of bioethics and are of practical value to medical, legal, and policy professionals; researchers; scholars; students and others. Prior coursework or experience in bioethics is not required.
Course participants engage with Berman Institute faculty from the Johns Hopkins University’s world-renowned schools of medicine, public health, nursing, and arts & sciences. BI2 faculty represent the Berman Institute’s five areas of focus: biomedical research and discovery, ethics of clinical practice, public health ethics and health policy, and global health ethics and research.
Program information for Summer (June 2016) will be posted by December 2015. Eligible JHU employees may use Tuition Remission to enroll.