This minor in science, technology, and value is designed especially for students whose major fields of study are in the natural and social sciences, as well as students with broad interests in law and public policy. The program combines core courses in the natural and social sciences with courses designed to provide students with an understanding of the theories and methods used by different scientific approaches to understanding the world, together with courses designed to introduce students to traditional theories of normative ethics and to promote critical reflection on the broad set of methodological and normative issues surrounding work in the natural and social sciences, including the ways that technology and technological change affect the texture of human life, social relations, and our relationship to nature.