This course introduces to the students the study of Applied Ethics, particularly Bioethics. As a branch of Ethics, it also includes a discussion of the relationship of philosophy, science and religion since these three disciplines play significant roles in the bioethical decision-making process. It also includes a survey of philosophical ideas pertaining to the Human Person for it is the human person who plays an important role in bioethical decisions. It further provides students with knowledge of ethical concepts and theories and equips them with the skill of applying these theories in sound ethico-philosophical argumentation. Moreover, it familiarizes students with the various applications of ethical theories to moral issues in daily life. Importantly, it will train students to have a critical attitude in dealing with moral issues that affects a person’s life.