The Digital Humanities Minor within the Digital Media and Design Department/School of Fine Arts provides undergraduates majoring in humanities disciplines from across the University with a grounding in the digital methods and approaches relevant to humanities scholarship. Students accepted to this highly selective minor must be rising juniors (or above) with a 3.4 GPA or better. Successful applicants will also demonstrate a work-ing knowledge of at least one of the following: web design and development, image/video/sound editing, web content management, web writing and editing, statistical analysis, or similar skill areas. Accepted students are restricted to no more than 12 credits of coursework offered by DMD. Students majoring in non-humanities dis-ciplines may not earn this minor.
Four 3-credit courses are required for the minor: DMD 2010, 2020, 2610, and a course in advanced practice in digital culture, learning, and advocacy.
Transfer credits, Education Abroad credits, and credits from internships cannot be used to satisfy requirements of the minor. Access to courses for this minor is on a space available basis, and the Digital Media and Design Department and School of Fine Arts cannot guarantee completion of the minor.