About TES

Georgetown University, a global leader addressing entanglements between society and technology, prepares students to become the digital ethics leaders of our future. Nearly all pressing issues in society –  from democracy and truth to national security and human rights – involve digital design, engagement, and governance.  Georgetown University College of Arts & Science’s Technology, Ethics, & Society (TES) programs equip undergraduate students to become designers, policy-engaged scholars, citizens, and professionals who will provide the guide rails and construct the future of digital technologies and ethics for the betterment of humanity. Students may choose from three programs:

A smiling woman in her mid-thirties, wearing glasses and a yellow shirt. To learn more, reach out to Prof. Shannon Brick, Associate Director of TES.