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Science, Technology, & Society

The Science, Technology, & Society (STS) department recently redesigned their bachelor degree to offer an interdisciplinary program focused on developing a broad-based skill set. The STS skill set allows students to market themselves across multiple industries, opening pathways to endless career opportunities.

Students will learn to think critically and creatively to address complex problems in our modern professional landscape. Students will gain knowledge about the impact of emerging technologies, environment and sustainability, the modern geopolitical landscape, and gender, race and culture.

Learn more about our programs.

science, technology, & society

Memorial Hall, Room 116
Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm


Edmund Douglass
Chair of STS/Assistant Professor of Physics


Kathleen McCormick
Administrative Assistant 1

Last Modified 8/18/20