Science and Technology Studies (STS) is a growing field that draws on the full range of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities to examine the ways that science and technology shape, and are shaped by, our society, politics, and culture. We study contemporary controversies, historical transformations, policy dilemmas, and broad philosophical questions. The program in STS at Virginia Tech prepares students to be productive and publicly-engaged scholars, advancing research and making a difference.
Virginia Tech Main Campus, Blacksburg VA
Best fit for students interest in full-time graduate study on the campus of Virginia’s largest research university. This camp also houses the department’s undergraduate minor, Medicine and Society.
National Capital Region (NCR) Program, VA
The same STS program, but with evening courses to accommodate part-time students with careers in the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C areas.