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Catalog 2004-2005
Science, Technology, and Society
School of Theoretical and Applied Science

Requirements of the Minor

Career Paths
Conveners: Stephen Rice
and Bernard Langer
Advisor: Trent Schroyer

About the Minor

The Interdisciplinary program in Science, Technology, and Society examines the fundamental questions posed by technological change, particularly from historical and global perspectives. It has become crucial for the specialist and non-specialist alike to understand the possibilities and limitations of scientific, technological, and industrial enterprises and to be able to participate in the critical decisions of the next century affecting human life and its relation to world and local societies and cultures. The program is recommended to all students, from the arts, business, and the humanities to science and environmental studies.

This minor is being offered as a cooperative effort between the School of American and International Studies and the School of Theoretical and Applied Science.
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