SCST 401 Fall 2012 Senior Seminar: Critical Perspectives on Science and Technology

A research-oriented course designed to give students direct experience in evaluating and assessing scientific and technological issues. Students initially study particular techniques and methodologies by employing a case study approach. They then apply these methods to a major research project. Students may choose topics from fields such as biotechnology, computers, biomedical engineering, energy, and other resource development. Students will apply their background of historical, philosophical, and technological perspectives in carrying out their study.
Class Format: studio
Requirements/Evaluation: research paper or project
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Divisional Attributes: Division II
Other Attributes: ENVP Society + Culture Electives
Enrollment Limit: 5
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Class Number: 1814
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SCST401-01(F) SEM Critical Perspectives Sci&Tech Division 2: Social Studies Donald deB. Beaver
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