The STS Master’s program offers a research-oriented graduate education in the flourishing field of Science and Technology Studies. It puts the relations and interactions between science, technology and society front and center and tackles questions such as:
- How can we understand scientific and technological change?
- How do science, technology and society influence and shape each other?
- Which inter- or transdisciplinary forms of knowledge production are necessary?
- How do science and technology differ across regulatory, cultural and policy contexts?
As a full-time study program, STS provides students with analytical skills and empirical research methods to study the conditions and consequences of contemporary developments in science and technology. In addition, it offers specializations in the Philosophy of Science and Technology or the History of Science and Technology.
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