Values and Society

The associate of arts degree in values and society provides you with opportunities to examine how ethical theories and traditions may be used to address pressing issues in real world contexts.

Why a degree in Values and Society from Missouri Valley?

A degree in values and society helps you develop analytical and critical thinking skills relevant to a wide range of career fields. This degree also provides a good foundation for further study in philosophy or religion, or for graduate study, particularly seminary or law school.


Courses & Concentrations

Associate of Arts Degree in Values and Society

Values and society is a two-year degree program and can be pursued on its own or as a concurrent supplement to a bachelor’s degree in an associated field. If you choose this degree, some courses you will take include philosophical ethics, ethics of war and peace, religion and american politics, comparative sacred texts, biomedical ethics, comparative religious ethics and more.


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Faculty

Pam Sebastian
Assistant Professor of Religion
Campus Chaplain
Dr. Christopher Libby
Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy
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