Digital Humanities Minor
The Digital Humanities minor is intended to provide students with literacy in creating, interpreting, and applying the technologies of the digital world. It examines the cultural and social impact of new technologies and enables students to harness these technologies to develop their own research projects in a wide range of fields.
To apply for the minor, students must (1) have an overall grade-point average of 2.7 or better and (2) submit an application essay supporting their interest in pursuing the minor and enumerating any digital projects that they have already undertaken. On acceptance to the minor, students are expected to identify an academic area of digital humanities in which they intend to concentrate. Information about the minor is available on the minor website. To submit an application for the minor, see the website.
Required Lower-Division Course (4 to 6 units): One elective course selected from Ancient Near East 10W, Architecture and Urban Design 10A, Classics 10, 20, 42, Clusters 66A, Digital Humanities 30, German 61A, Information Studies 20, 30, or Program in Computing 3.
Required Upper-Division Courses (25 to 28 units): Digital Humanities 101, 150, 198 or 199, and three elective courses selected from Ancient Near East M101C (or Art History M110C), 125A, M125B (or Architecture and Urban Design M125B), M125C (or Architecture and Urban Design M125C), 162, C165, CM169 (or Anthropology CM110Q), Anthropology M116R (or Chinese M183), Architecture and Urban Design 132, Armenian C153, Art History C145A, C145B, Classics 164, 166B, Design|Media Arts 104, Digital Humanities 151, 195 or 196, English 118A, History 188, Korean 183, 187, Russian 121, 129, Scandinavian C133A, C171, Society and Genetics 131, 175, Spanish 130, 150, 170, Urban Planning 129, 141. Variable topics courses may be taken as topics apply.
A minimum of 20 units applied toward the minor requirements must be in addition to units applied toward major requirements or another minor.
Each minor course must be taken for a letter grade. Successful completion of the minor is indicated on the transcript and diploma.