The following is a list of non-technical courses relevant to Society, Technology and Values (STV) subject matter and approach and to research for STV 400 that have been used to satisfy requirement C  for the STV option. This list is provided to give prospective students some insight into requirement C, but is not exhaustive; students should consult the STV option coordinator to discuss their particular interests. Please note that some courses on this list may no longer be taught, and may have changed significantly since they were added to this list.

As well, if you enjoyed an STV course, you might find one of these courses interesting.  (Courses offered at Wilfrid Laurier University are identified with "WLU".)

  • ANTH 351 Comparative Policies on Native Minorities
  • ARCH 173 Building Construction 2
  • ARCH 226 Environmental Building Design
  • BIOL 250 Organismal and Evolutionary Ecology
  • BU 111 (WLU) Introduction to Business Organization
  • BU 121 (WLU) Functional Areas of the Organization
  • BU 352 (WLU) Introduction to Marketing Management
  • BU 402 (WLU) E-Business Marketing
  • CLAS 384 Science and Technology of Ancient Greece and Rome
  • CS 330 Management Information Systems
  • CS 492 The Social Implications of Computing
  • ECON 220 The Principles of Entrepreneurship
  • ECON 310 History of Canadian Economic Development
  • ECON 344 Marketing: Principles of Marketing and Consumer Economics
  • ENGL 208B Science Fiction
  • ENGL 335 Creative Writing 1
  • ERS 203 Environment and Development in a Global Perspective
  • ERS 218 Introduction to Sustainable Environmental and Resource Systems
  • ERS 241 Introduction to Environmental Assessment
  • ERS 330 Environmental Journalism 1
  • ERS 337/338 Social Impact Assessment
  • ERS 372 First Nations and the Environment
  • ERS 395/496 Development of Environmental Thought 1 & 2
  • FINE 250 History of Film 1
  • FINE 360 Film and Television 1
  • GENE 412 Ethics and the Engineering Profession
  • GEOG 349 Urban Form and Internal Spatial Structure
  • GER/FINE 359C Topics in German Film
  • MSCI 211 Organizational Behaviour
  • MSCI 261 Engineering Economics: Financial Management for Engineers
  • MSCI 311 Organization Design and Technology
  • MTHEL 400 Entrepreneurial Technology and the Emerging Information Economy
  • MUSIC 100 Understanding Music
  • MUSIC 275 Music and Technology
  • PACS 201 Roots of Conflict, Violence and Peace
  • PACS 301A Liberation Theology in Latin America
  • PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 145 Critical Thinking
  • PHIL 204J Philosophy and Culture
  • PHIL 215 Professional and Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224 Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 226 Ethics and the Life Sciences
  • PHIL 259 Philosophy of Technology
  • PHIL 315 Ethics and the Engineering Profession
  • PLAN 261 Urban and Metropolitan Planning and Development
  • PLAN 349 Urban Form and Internal Spatial Structure
  • PLAN 403 Professional Practice, Public and Private Administration
  • PLAN 432 Health, Environment & Planning
  • PLAN 440 Waste Planning
  • PLAN 450 Changing Form and Structure of Metropolitan Canada
  • PLAN 453 Urban Stormwater Management
  • PLAN 483 Land Development Planning
  • PSCI 231 Government and Business in Canada
  • PSCI 252 Global South: Introduction to International Development
  • PSCI 260 Canadian Government & Politics
  • PSCI 350A Political Economy of Development
  • PSYCH 256 Introduction to Cognitive Science
  • PSYCH 310 Origins of Personality
  • PSYCH 462A Psychology and Training
  • RS 256 Christian Approaches to Peacemaking
  • RS 260 The Study of Religion
  • SCI 263 Science and Society
  • SCI 267 Introduction to the Philosophy of Science
  • SCI 455 Human Impact on Aquatic Systems
  • SCI 462 Biology of Food Production
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 202 Introduction to Classical Theory
  • SOC 232 Technology and Social Change
  • SOC 243 Occupational Sociology
  • SOC 246 Mass Communication
  • SOC 248 Health, Illness and Society
  • SOC 260 Religion in Sociological Perspective
  • SOC 286 Environment and Behaviour
  • SOC 321 Introduction to Research Methods
  • SYDE 162 Human Factors in Design
  • SYDE 533 Conflict Analysis
  • SYDE 543 Cognitive Ergonomics