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integrity in leadership certificate program

Students who participate in the BCIL mentoring program for at least a year have the opportunity to earn an Integrity in Leadership Certificate by also:

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  • Completing two academic courses with an applied ethics emphasis from an approved list. Students pursuing science-related or philosophy majors might complete courses in bioethics or environmental ethics while other students might add an ethics-enhanced unit to the History of American Diplomacy or Environmental Sociology. 

  • “Ethicizing” a work, service or leadership experience of at least one semester with further readings, interviewing or research that includes reflection, writing and presentations. These experiences might come in the form of an internship or immersion experience, high-level campus job or other leadership role. This opportunity offers significant promise for further, thoughtful development of leadership with integrity though participation in Berry’s signature student work experience program.