UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS) offers a diverse range of modules for UCL postgraduate taught students (Masters). Students from other UCL degree programmes welcome.
HPSC Modules for Postgraduate Taught students
The STS Postgraduate Taught Module Catalogue lists HPSC modules offered by UCL Science and Technology Studies (STS) for the 2020-21 session. Discuss module selection with your personal tutor.
What does a module require? STS maintains a library of module syllabi. Use these as a guide for the scope and purpose of the module. Please be aware that tutors often change syllabi, adapting them to new information and responding to student feedback.
|New Module Code|
Introduction to Science and Technology Studies
Science and Medicine across Medieval Worlds
Science in the Eighteenth Century
Early Modern Science
Science in the Nineteenth Century
Science in Antiquity
Models and Facts in Science
Causality, Mechanism and Evidence in Science
Knowledge, Explanation and Classification in Science
Disease in History
Special Topics Seminar in History and Philosophy of Science: Perspectives on Social Epistemology
Science in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
STS Perspectives on Security and War
Sociology of Science and Technology
Curating Science and Technology
Science, Media and Culture
Science, Technology, and Identity
Responsible Science and Innovation
Engaging the Public with Science
Science Policy in the Era of Risk and Uncertainty
Political Economy of Science
Social Research Methods and Data Analysis in Science and Technology Studies
Special Topics Seminar in Science, Technology and Society
Science, Art and Philosophy
|HPSC0097||Dissertation (60 credits)|
- STS uses the module prefix "HPSC".
- HPSC postgraduate taught modules are available only to students enrolled in UCL postgraduate programmes, such as taught Master's programmes. MPhil-PhD students may be given permission to attend, at the tutor's discretion. STS students interested in modules offered by other departments should examine our Elective Modules information.