anonymous
  • anonymous
I am I.T students can any body tell what should i take as an elective subject in humanities to help in future
Computer Science
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If your school has a History of Science program you would probably find those classes interesting. Any English class would be good. Better writing is better technical writing too. For technical people getting in humanities requirements I would think that the hardest thing would be keeping interest up for the whole semester. Anything specific in terms of helping with a future job...probably not. So pick something that is interesting first. Something that has a pretty girl/guy in it - that would help too. 2cents
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sure there would be subjects based along the lines of... how has social media changed how we communicate, how has technology changed day-to-day life, how has the internet changed politics...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ethics... Business Ethics... Ethical Hacking (its not a class to teach you how to hack it discusses what would be consider "ETHICAL" hacking and what is NOT)

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