Technology, Coding & Society - Major (Arts)

The Technology, Coding, and Society (TCS) major program focuses on the impact of technologies, including hardware, platform and associated software, on people and on society more generally. Students learn essential computer coding skills, are taught theories on the use of digital platforms from humanistic and social science perspectives, learn to analyze the data that digital platforms produce, and then apply these concepts through practical labs and through optional work-integrated learning opportunities. Since the TCS Major is within the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (ICCIT), students can concurrently obtain a Professional Experience Certificate in Digital Media, Communication, and Technology from ICCIT.

Limited Enrolment — Admission is based on academic performance (CGPA) in a minimum of 4.0 credits that must include a minimum grade of 65% in each of CCT109H5, CCT110H5 and CCT111H5. Enrolment in this program is determined annually and is limited to students who have a CGPA of at least 2.4. Tuition fees for students enrolling in any CCIT Specialist/Major programs will be higher than for other Arts and Science programs.

8.0 credits are required including at least 3.5 at the 300/400 level. Program must be taken in
combination with another major or two minors.

First Year: (1.5 credits required)

Second Year: (3.0 credits required)

Third and Higher Years: (3.5 credits required)

1. 300/400-level CCT courses are restricted to students in ICCIT programs only.
2. It is your responsibility to ensure that the prerequisites for courses listed in the calendar have been met. Students without the prerequisites can be removed at any time. No waivers will be granted.