Quick Course Search

Science, Technology, and Society

In order to see more information about any course, simply click on it!

This view does not contain classes that have not been offered in the past 2 years. If you want to view those classes click here:
All Courses

STS200 Introduction to Studies in Science, Technology and Society Course Page

Description: An examination of the interrelations of science, technology, society and environment, emphasizing an interdisciplinary humanities and social sciences perspective. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in INT D 200. [Faculty of Arts, Office for Interdisciplinary Studies]

STS210 Environment, Science, Culture, and Values Course Page

Description: An examination of the interrelations between human cultural frameworks and environmental issues, emphasizing an interdisciplinary humanities and social sciences perspective.

STS350 Understanding Video Games Course Page

Description: Beginning with an exploration of games in general and leading to modern video games. Prerequisite: CMPUT 250 or consent of the Program.

STS351 Understanding Video Games Course Page

Description: Beginning with an exploration of games in general and leading to modern video games. This course will be delivered on-line and is offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar. Not open to students with credit in or enrolled in STS 350.

STS397 Special Topics in Science, Technology and Society Course Page
No description available for this course.
STS400 Contemporary Issues in Science, Technology, and Society Course Page

Description: Offering students the chance to discuss and investigate the role of science and technology in creating contemporary global society and our impact on the environment, this interdisciplinary course brings together approaches from across the social sciences and humanities. Prerequisite: At least one of the following is highly recommended: STS 200, ANTHR 230, HIST 294, PHIL 265, C LIT 242.

STS497 Science, Technology and Society Course Page
No description available for this course.