Science, Technology & Society Courses

  • HAR 193 Introduction to Art & Technology
  • HAR 240 Introduction to Web Media for the Arts
  • HHS 130 History of Science and Technology
  • HHS 309 Newton and the Scientific Revolution
  • HHS 310 Social History of Science
  • HHS 311 Science and Society in the 20th Century
  • HHS 312 Technology and Society in America
  • HHS 313 Science, Faith, and the American Imagination
  • HHS 345 Science and Technology in Islamic History
  • HHS 361 Scientific Revolution: Galileo
  • HHS 363 Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution
  • HHS 369 Studies in the Scientific Revolution
  • HHS 414 Industrial America
  • HHS 429 The Scientist, the Engineer, and the Computer
  • HHS 451 From Ape to Adam: Understanding Human Evolution
  • HHS 465 Engineering in History
  • HHS 476 History of Medicine
  • HHS 479 Studies in the History of Technology
  • HLI 220 Images of Science in Literature
  • HLI 316 Science Fiction
  • HLI 321 Literature, Science and Technology
  • HLI 338 Thoreau and Environment
  • HLI 409 Rhetoric and Technical Writing
  • HMU 205 Introduction to Digital Media
  • HPL 112 Science and Metaphysics
  • HPL 368 Philosophy of Science
  • HPL 369 Science and Religion
  • HPL 370 Philosophy of Technology
  • HPL 380 Environmental Ethics
  • HPL 455 Ethical Issues in Science and Technology
  • HPL 457 Bioethics
  • HPL 480 Environmental Policy: Philosophical and Economic Issues
  • HSS 127 Introduction to Political Science I: National Government
  • HSS 141 Introduction to Sociology
  • HSS 175 Fundamentals of Psychology I: Brain, Mind and Behavior
  • HSS 331 Biological Psychology
  • HSS 371 Computers and Society
  • HSS 377 Sociology of Globalization
  • HSS 441 Gender and Race in Science and Engineering
  • HSS 458 Sociology of Science and Technology
  • HSS 478 Psychology of Gender
  • HST 120 Intro to Science & Tech Studies
  • HST 160 Introduction to Science Communication
  • HST 320 Science and the Media
  • HST 330 Environmental Communication
  • HST 360 Research and Innovation Policy
  • HST 401 Seminar in Science Writing
  • HST 415 The Nuclear Era
  • HST 450 The History of Stevens

In addition to the CAL courses listed above, there are existing courses offered in other disciplines at Stevens that also count for upper-division credit for the BS in Science, Technology, and Society. These courses can count for STS credit only if they are not being counted toward requirements for other degrees. This list is not necessarily exhaustive, and you should contact the STS Program Director, Andrew Russell with any questions or suggestions for additional courses.

  • BME 306 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
  • BT 330 Social Psychology and Organizational Behavior
  • BT 423 Intellectual Property and International Business Law
  • CH 115 General Chemistry I
  • CH 116 General Chemistry II
  • CH 189 Seminar in Chemistry and Biology
  • CH 281 Biology and Biotechnology
  • CH 381 Cell Biology
  • CH 382 Biological Systems
  • CH 484 Introduction to Molecular Genetics
  • CS 544 Health Informatics
  • EN 377 Introduction to Environmental Engineering Systems
  • EN 379 Environmental Engineering Laboratory
  • EN 530 Introduction to Sustainable Engineering
  • MA 236 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning
  • MIS 201 Fundamentals of Information Systems
  • PEP 111 Mechanics
  • PEP 112 Electricity and Magnetism
  • PEP 123 Physics for Business & Technology I
  • PEP 124 Physics for Business & Technology II
  • PEP 151 Introduction to Astronomy
  • PEP 334 Introduction to Nuclear Physics adn Nuclear Reactors
  • PEP 336 Introduction to Astrophysics and Cosmology
  • PRV 501 Topics in Personalized Medicine