Freedom and flexibility to accommodate your particular interests.
Ethics, Culture, and Society is an interdisciplinary program combining courses from at least two academic disciplinary areas including history, philosophy, and art, with an emphasis on collaborative problem-solving and community engagement. Students in the major participate in service learning, internships, research, study abroad, and cultural immersion experiences, and enjoy the freedom to chart their own course of study. Course-embedded assignments are also connected to the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethical Leadership series of speakers and annual conference. The critical thinking and communication skills students learn through this major have a broad range of applications, including for careers in law, public relations, writing, human resources, and media.
Emphasis on social justice and advocacy
Internship, research and study abroad opportunities
Highly customizable major
Ethics, Culture, and Society (BS)
Legal Studies (Minor)
Political Science (Minor)
Servant Leadership (Minor)
Latin American and Latino/a Studies (Minor)
Service Learning Lessons Guide Marne Boehm
Megan Gerou ’16
Ethics, Culture, and Society Major Prepares Sesvold for Law School
This summer, Viterbo University student Abigail Hall is interning at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. She took over the viterbosnaps Snapchat account to highlight her day.