Science, Technology, and Culture
Science, Technology, and Culture emphasizes the centrality of humanistic study in a technocultural world. It teaches students to apply humanistic modes of analysis across media to understand how cultures represent relations of science, technology, and society to themselves. From media to politics to medicine, we are shaped by our history and will be defined by future innovations. Our program explores the modern world’s methods of communication and examines their implications within a social and historical context. You will learn the literary and cultural analysis needed to interpret “texts” ranging from novels and films to scientific journals and Web pages that our society uses to communicate and to understand itself.
Undergraduate Degrees Offered
Bachelor of Science in Science, Technology, and Culture