At which campus can I study this program?
Requirements for a minor may be completed at any campus location offering the specified courses for the minor. Students may not change from a campus that offers their major to a campus that does not offer their major for the purpose of completing a minor.
The Digital Humanities minor combines historical and theoretical course work with intensive practical training in the creation and use of digital media tools and computational systems. Combining the broad perspective of liberal arts training with in-demand technical skills, the minor seeks to incorporate a public facing projects and digital research opportunities in order to provide students with a successful transition from college to an increasingly technological job market. With a large number of courses from a variety of programs, collaboration between colleges, depa1iments, and faculty, and students will be a hallmark of the minor.
|Requirements for the Minor||21|
Requirements for the Minor
A grade of C or better is required for all courses in the minor, as specified by Senate Policy 59-10.
|Prescribed Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|DIGIT 100||Introduction to Digital Humanities||3|
|DIGIT 110||Text Encoding Fundamentals||3|
|DIGIT 210||Large Scale Text Analysis||3|
|DIGIT 400||Digital Project Design||3|
|Additional Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|Project Design Skills: Select 6 credits from the following courses:||6|
|The Digital Medium|
|Intro to Digital Arts: Computer Graphics|
|The Art of Web Design|
|Digital Portfolio Elements|
|Introduction to Media Effects|
|Survey of Electronic Media and Telecommunications|
|Science, Technology, and Gender|
|Supporting Courses and Related Areas|
|Supporting Courses and Related Areas: Require a grade of C or better|
|Select 3 credits from a list of courses maintained by the Associate Dean for the College of the Liberal Arts||3|
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