Bachelor’s & Masters’s degrees in science and technology focus on the study of science and technology, which examine how social, cultural, and political actions affect scientific research and innovation. This field is concerned with the relationship between scientific and technological events and their interaction with society. Undergraduate degrees may be found in scientific studies, a type of sociology that explores science’s role in the social realm; the history of science, which is concerned with documenting scientific advances and connect science with philosophy; the history of technology, which unlocks the story of how technology changes our lives; and science, technology, and society, which tries to integrate the entire subject.
These programs provide graduates with a career pathway for technicians and professionals preparing for leadership positions, a common core of advanced technology and management courses, individualized study plans, and business emphasis. Graduates are able to develop, demonstrate, and evaluate policies and processes to ensure a safe workplace, integrate knowledge gained in the program into professional goals and objectives, design, schedule, manage, and assess technical projects, and achieve professional and management competencies for work in technical fields.