Technology, Society & Human Values
Coordinator: Todd Avery (English)
Office: O'Leary Library
The courses offered in this program are interdisciplinary in their content and structure and are designed to explore a topic in greater depth and from broader perspectives than is ordinarily possible in other courses. Many courses are team taught by faculty chosen from various academic departments and colleges within the University. Courses emphasize the sources (scientific, philosophical and historical) of the period studied and the interrelationship of technology and human values.
A minor in Technology, Society and Human Values consists of 18 to 24 credits of coursework. At least six credits must be selected from courses which are numbered 300 and above.
Course of Study