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Technology and Society
The Faculties of Social Sciences, Humanities, Fine Arts, Engineering, Human and Social Development and Education jointly offer an interdisciplinary program in technology and society. The program is intended to be a forum for engagement with technological change and its rapid transformation of contemporary society. In a global culture driven forward by dramatic developments in technology, no aspect of politics, culture and society is left undisturbed. The Minor in Technology and Society is designed to provide students with the opportunity to critically engage in the exploration, understanding and critical assessment of technological change in a wired and wireless world.
Students may obtain this Minor by completing the requirements given below, together with an Honours or Major program or other degree program in another department or faculty. Students in the program are required to take 4.5 units of core courses (TS 200, 300, 400) as well as 7.5 units of electives chosen from approved courses, for a total of 12 units. If any of these courses form part of the student’s Honour, Major or General program, they cannot be used to fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Technology and Society.
Queries about this program can be directed to the Technology and Society Minor Program Director, (email@example.com), or to the Interdisciplinary Program Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org). Further information can be found at <web.uvic.ca/techsoc>.
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