Huron unveils undergraduate degree in animal ethics, sustainability leadership

Huron University College will introduce a new undergraduate degree in animal ethics and sustainability leadership this Fall. The program is designed for students who are interested in tackling the climate crisis and issues of animal ethics. Students will be required to take courses in law, policy, business, philosophy, animal ethics, nature, and technology, and will have the opportunity to take elective courses. “The degree is designed to really allow students to customize [their program] based on their own particular goals,” said program co-ordinator Kendra Coulter. According to the university, this degree will be the first of its kind in the world.

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