Technology & Computer Studies Division

New Course: Diversity in a Technological Society (IST-123)

This course will explore the influences of technology to connect and collaborate to improve the lives of diverse individuals at home and abroad. Students are introduced to basic human relationship factors, international cultures and their technologies, people with disabilities, human and data communications, Artificial Intelligence, computer security, various paradigm shifting ideas and individuals who have influenced technology. Topics will include but are not limited to: global communities, issues relating to stereotypes, discrimination, power and privilege, and other cross-cultural social issues. (3 credits)

The Technology and Computer Studies Division at HCC offers eight areas of study in fields such as alternative energy, industrial technology, mechanical engineering, multimedia studies, and information systems technology, which prepare students to achieve technological success in a professional setting. Many of the programs are geared towards short-term career training or university transfer and students benefit from hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs and classrooms outfitted with advanced simulation equipment for a variety of programs.

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