Approved Courses

Approved Courses for Science and Technology in Society:

  • AGED (EDF) 4800 -Foundations of Digital Media and Learning
  • AGRB 2050 -Agriculture and Society
  • AGRB (ECON) 4570 -Natural Resource Use, Technology and Policy
  • AVS 3150 - Animal Welfare
  • AVS 4150 -Contemporary Issues in Animal Science
  • BIOL 2000 -Biology in the News
  • BIOL 2010 -Biotechnology and Society
  • BIOL 2030 -Human Disease and Society
  • BIOL 2040 -Environment, Energy and Society
  • BIOL 2100 -Evolution and Creationism
  • BIOL 2110 -Introduction to Toxicology
  • BIOL 2200 -Biology: Concepts, Issues, and Values
  • BIOL 4730 -History of Modern Biology
  • CH 1050 -Chemistry in Context I
  • CH 1060 -Chemistry in Context II
  • COMM 1070 -Media Representations of Science and Technology
  • COMM 3070 -Public Communication of Science and Technology
  • CPSC 2920 -Computing, Ethics and Global Society
  • CTE 1150 -Contemporary Technological Problems
  • CTE 2210 -Exploring Technology
  • ECE 1010 -Robots in Business and Society
  • ECON 3190 -Environmental Economics
  • ECON (AGRB) 4570 -Natural Resource Use, Technology, and Policy
  • EDF (AGED) 4800 -Foundations of Digital Media and Learning
  • ENGL 3490 -Technology and the Popular Imagination
  • ENGL 3560 -Science Fiction
  • ENGR 2200 -Evaluating Innovations: Fixtures, Fads and Flops
  • ENGR 2210 -Technology, Culture and Design
  • ENR 3120 -Environmental Risks and Society
  • ENR (FOR) 4160 -Forest Policy and Administration
  • ENSP 1250 -Sustainable Resource Use
  • ENSP 2000 -Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENSP (PES) 3150 -Environment and Agriculture
  • ENSP 4000 -Studies in Environmental Science
  • ENT 2000 -Six-Legged Science
  • FDSC 2140 -Food Resources and Society
  • FOR (ENR) 4160 -Forest Policy and Administration
  • GEOL 1120 -Earth Resources
  • GEOL 1200 -Natural Hazards
  • GEOL (ENSP) 1250 -Sustainable Resource Use
  • GEOL 2700 -Experiences in Sustainable Development: Water
  • GEOL 3000 -Environmental Geology
  • HCG (NURS) 3330 -Health Care Genetics
  • HIST 1220 -History, Technology, and Society
  • HIST 1240 -Environmental History Survey
  • HIST 3210 -History of Science
  • HIST 3220 -History of Technology
  • HIST 3230 -History of American Technology
  • HIST 3920 -History of the Environment of the United States
  • HIST 4240 -Topics in History of Medicine and Health
  • HIST 4910 -Studies in the History of Science and Technology
  • HLTH 4310 -Public and Environmental Health
  • HON 1940 -Freshman Colloquium: Science and Technology in Society
  • HON 2010 -Structures and Society
  • HON 2060 -Controversies in Science and Technology
  • IE 4880 -Human Factors Engineering
  • LARC 1160 -History of Landscape Architecture
  • MATH 2190 -Introduction to Cryptography
  • MKT 4450 -Macromarketing
  • MUSC 3180 -History of Audio Technology
  • NURS 1400 -Computer Applications in Nursing
  • NURS (HCG) 3330 -Health Care Genetics
  • NUTR 2030 -Introduction to Principles of Human Nutrition
  • NUTR 2100 -Nutrition and Physical Activity
  • PES (ENSP) 3150 -Environment and Agriculture
  • PES 4760 -Sustainable Food Systems Towards Global Food Security
  • PHIL 1240 -Technology and Its Discontents
  • PHIL 2100 -Evolution and Creation
  • PHIL 3240 -Philosophy of Technology
  • PHIL 3260 -Science and Values
  • PHIL 3280 -Philosophy and Technology of the Body
  • PHIL 3400 -Technology, Environment, and Sustainability
  • PHIL 3450 -Environmental Ethics
  • PHYS 2450 -Physics of Global Climate Change
  • PKSC 3680 -Packaging and Society
  • PLPA 2130 -Fungi and Civilization
  • PRTM 2110 -Impacts of Technology and Science in the Context of Play, Recreation and Tourism
  • PSYC 2750 -Applied Psychology and Transportation
  • RS (SOC) 4010 -Human Ecology
  • SOC (RS) 4010 -Human Ecology
  • SOC 4030 -Technology, Environment, and Society
  • STAT 2220 -Statistics in Everyday Life
  • STS 1010 -Survey of Science and Technology in Society
  • STS 1020 -Ideas, Machinery, and Society
  • STS 1200 -Topics in Science and Technology in Society
  • STS 1710 -Scientific Skepticism
  • STS 2150 -A Critical Approach to the Global Challenge of Technological Revolutions
  • STS 2160 -Critical Analysis of a Current STS Issue
  • STS 3010 -Science in Context
  • STS 3030 -Technology, Culture and Society
  • STS 4980 -Creative Inquiry
    (variable credit: 3 credits required to meet General Education)
  • STS 4990 -Independent Study
    (variable credit: 3 credits required to meet General Education)