Digital Humanities Minor

The Digital Humanities minor is open to any student interested in the intersection of digital technology and humanities/social science research.  The minor requires a minimum of fifteen credits, distributed as follows:

Required Course3
Introduction to Digital Humanities
Skills Courses (select two of the following)6
Data Mining and Analytics
Inbound Information Technology
Special Topics in Information Systems *
Software Tools for Business Applications
Digital Marketing and Analytics
Introduction to C and Unix
Problem Solving and Programming
Introduction to C++ Programming Language
Java Programming
Introduction to Digital Practices
Introduction to Interactivity in Graphic Arts
Advanced Interactivity: Experimental Video Games
Introduction to Typography: Skills and Concepts
Introduction to Graphic Design: Skills and Concepts
Introduction to Interactivity in Graphic Arts
Fundamentals of New Media Production
Digital Writing and Research Methods
Fundamentals of New Media Communication
Introduction to Web Design
Producing and Directing Webisodes
Digital Animation
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Advanced Geographic Information Systems
Elective courses (select two of the following)6
Urban Archaeology
New Media Practices
History of Communication Technologies
Journalism and New Media
New Media Theory
Digital Narrative
Topics in Media and Modern Culture
History and Future of the Book
Special Topics in History *
History Communication
Total Credits15