Offered with support from the Willson Center for Humanities and the UGA Libraries, the certificate program in Digital Humanities is designed for undergraduates who want to explore the intersection of humanities and STEM disciplines. DIGI classes are meant to combine the humanist skills of deep cultural, textual, and historic study, with analytical methods and digital tools. Students will benefit from the application of subject specific knowledge to collaborative, hands-on projects and classes.
To complete the certificate, students must take 16 credit hours in the DIGI rubric, including a capstone experience, usually a research-intensive digital humanities project of their own devising.
DH Issues: Choose at least 1 of the following core courses taught on a rotating basis
DIGI 2000: GIS for Humanists
DIGI 3000: Information Management and Scholarly Communication
DIGI 3100: Cultural Institutions
DIGI 3200: Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
DIGI 3300: Issues in Information
DIGI 3500: Data Fluency
DH Praxis: Choose 4 elective classes (at least 2 should be outside your major).
Please check the Courses page for current listings.
Capstone The DIGI capstone experience may be a one-credit extension of a CURO, HONS, or senior thesis project, or, where those options are not available, the student may elect to take a three-credit independent study.
To participate in the DIGI certificate:
- Fill out an application form and return it to the Digital Humanities Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Talk to your academic advisor
- Use our Study Plan to help you track your progress
Student Certificate Activity Tracker: Log in and keep track of your progress, send questions about courses and get feedback
For more information contact Elliott Kuecker, Digital Humanities Coordinator at email@example.com.