Humanities
 

Digital Humanities and Technology

Digital Humanities and Technology
Minor
Hours18 Credit Hours
MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

requirement 1 Complete 1 course
requirement 3 Complete 3.0 hours from the following course(s)
Complete 3 credit hours of capstone courses. (Note: A project/internship/capstone course in the student's major involving substantial computer work may also be used. See the DigHT coordinator for details.)
Program Outcomes: 

Digital Scholarship

Students completing the undergraduate minor will understand how technology enhances scholarship in the humanities and how humanistic scholarship can illuminate and explain the place and effects of technology in our society.

Algorithmic Thinking

Students completing the undergraduate minor will develop the mindset to simplify complex problems into smaller tasks, order those tasks into a series of logical steps, and then complete each task. Students will discern between problems that are susceptible to this mode of thought and those that are not.

Technology Skills

Students completing the undergraduate minor will develop the skills required to model information in common computer paradigms and contribute novel perspectives to the Digital Humanities.

Applied Experience

Students completing the Digital Humanities & Technology undergraduate minor will apply their skills in either advanced Humanities Technology competence or in advanced Digital Humanities research paradigms.