The Minor in Science, Technology, and Society provides a context for understanding how science and technology fits within our social world, past, and present.
It offers students a better understanding of how science and technology develop and change, how they are represented and understood in culture, and how various social and historical contexts shape science and technology.
This area of study also develops analytical abilities, verbal and written communications skills, and the critical thinking. It is good preparation for a broad array of careers, including business, education, government, and law.
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