program intro

The Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities provides resources and opportunities for individuals working in any field to advance their understanding of how new methods, tools, models, applications, and theoretical frameworks are being put to use in expanding the scope and scale of inquiry in the humanities disciplines. It is designed …

coursework

The Digital Humanities Certificate Program consists of 4 courses [12 credit hours]. The program is bookended by the two required courses listed below: an interdisciplinary introductory seminar, and a culminating internship or practicum designed by the student in consultation with advisory faculty. HSCI 5613 Issues and Methods in the Digital Humanities …

what is digital humanities?

Digital Humanities is a rapidly developing multidisciplinary field, most notable for how scholars are making use of computational power and digitization to explore source materials and to share knowledge in ways that aren’t otherwise possible. The field encompasses academic researchers, those working in museums, libraries, archives, and cultural and arts …