Science, Technology & Society Bachelor's Degree
DegreeBachelor of Science
ContactOffice of Undegraduate Admissions18.104.22.16848[email protected]
Reframe questions asked since the dawn of scholarship to invent new ways of considering science and technology's role in today's society.
Take part in classroom debates that tackle the 21st century's most pressing issues, such as the global effects of climate change, economics, poverty, disease, and artificial intelligence.
Infuse technology with the humanities and social sciences to grow into a leader in our rapidly-changing world.
Students in Stevens' bachelor's degree in science, technology, and society (STS) consider humanity's progress within broad, historical, and political contexts. The scientific, mathematical, and technological rigor synonymous with a Stevens' education serves as the curriculum's backbone.
Cutting across academic disciplines catalyzes thought leadership, and STS majors often pursue complementary coursework in science and engineering.
History of Science & Technology
Theories Of Human Nature
Science and Metaphysics
Images of Science In Literature
Seminar in Science Writing
Anthropology of Technology
Nuclear Energy & Society
War and Science
Professional and Academic Outcomes
Medical Scribe, Scribe America
Editorial Content Analyst, Thomas Publishing
Graduate Student in Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Medical Student, St. George Medical School
Graduate Student in Applied Psychology, Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences
Proposal Coordinator, Citelum North America
Graduate Student in Climate and Society Program, Columbia University
Research Assistant, Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensics Research (DFR) Lab