Tier II Subjects

Tier II subjects are a great way for students to explore particular STS topics in greater depth. It is recommended that students take at least one Tier I subject before taking a Tier II class, but not required.* To see how these classes fit in our five suggested thematic clusters, visit our Clusters page.

STS.023J Science, Caste and Gender in India
STS.025J Making the Modern World: The Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective
STS.026 History of Manufacturing in America
STS.027J The Civil War and the Emergence of Modern America: 1861-1890
STS.032 Energy, Environment, and Society
STS.034 Science Communication: A Practical Guide
STS.035 Exhibiting Science
STS.042J Einstein, Oppenheimer, Feynman: Physics in the 20th Century
STS.043 Technology and Self: Science, Technology, and Memoir
STS.044 Technology and Self: Things and Thinking
STS.046J The Science of Race, Sex, and Gender
STS.048 African Americans in Science, Technology, and Medicine
STS.050 The History of MIT
STS.056 Science on Screen
STS.060J The Anthropology of Biology
STS.064J DV Lab: Documenting Science through Video and New Media
STS.065J The Anthropology of Sound
STS.068J Advanced DV Lab: Documenting Science through Video and New Media
STS.070J Language and Technology
STS.071J Cross-Cultural Investigations: Technology and Development
STS.072J Nuclear Forces and Missile Defenses
STS.074J Art, Craft, Science
STS.075J Technology and Culture
STS.076J Technology and Policy of Weapons Systems
STS.082J Science, Technology, and Public Policy
STS.084J Social Problems of Nuclear Energy
STS.085J Foundations of Information Policy
STS.086J Cultures of Computing
STS.087 Biography in Science
STS.089 Technology and Innovation in Africa
STS.091 Critical Issues in STS

* STS.091 does have a prerequisite of one Tier I subject.

 

 
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