This unique ethics course looks at ethics from two different, yet related perspectives: inside and out. The “outside” perspective is the traditional, philosophy-based approach that wrestles with ethical issues based on declared values, particularly integrity. The “inside” approach shifts focus to the new discipline of moral psychology, which taps the latest in brain science to explain ethical and unethical motivations and behaviors. Together, the two perspectives are designed to arm the student with the ethical tools to make sound decisions in our increasingly complex world. The course is taught by Greg Conderacci, a BLI Senior Fellow, marketing consultant, and a faculty member at both the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and the Bloomberg School of Public Health.