The Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities program, designed in collaboration between the English department and the History department, offers students enrolled in the Graduate School an opportunity to complete a series of courses (12 hours) at the intersection of technology and humanities research. It offers training in technologies and platforms associated with digitization, electronic editions, cultural heritage, archives, text mining, data analysis and visualization, the use of mapping and GIS in humanities research, and the study of digital media and technology from a humanities perspective.
Requirements (12 hours)
- DIG 6178 Introduction to Digital Humanities (3 hours)
- DIG 6585 Digital Humanities Capstone (3 hours)
- Two additional appropriate graduate courses, as approved by the program (6 hours)