Minor in Human-Centered Computing
Technology doesn’t exist in a vacuum—it’s developed and changed by people, and in turn, people are changed by technology. This minor explores the social and cultural aspects of informatics and computing, including the role of design in the creation of new technology, human-computer interaction, multimedia technology, and the legal, ethical, and organizational implications of technology.
Attention, informatics students! This minor also fulfills the requirements for the human-centered computing cognate.
Requirements are listed in the School of Informatics and Computing undergraduate academic bulletin. Students should pursue the requirements of the year that they entered IU. The requirements outlined in the academic bulletin in effect at the time of your matriculation will remain the same throughout your time at the School of Informatics and Computing, assuming you graduate within eight years. Check the list of academic bulletins below to find the version you should use.