Digital Humanities - Certificate
This transcripted certificate offers masters or doctoral students who intend to practice in an academic environment, museum, or other cultural institution the opportunity to acquire knowledge of digital tools, theories, and methodologies and to become competent in conducting digital practice. The Digital Humanities Certificate provides a basic introduction to the development and application of information technology in the context of research and practice in the humanities. The certificate provides students with the skills, applied and theoretical, that are necessary to apply computational techniques to complex research problems as well as practical tasks in the humanities. The certificate program is open to students from any graduate degree program at Texas A&M University. For more information, see http://dhcertificate.tamu.edu.
Certificate candidates must complete 12 hours of coursework as follows:
- 6 hours from approved course list
- 3 hours from approved course list outside the student’s home department.
- 3 hours DHUM 685.
- Successful course completion requires the award of a minimum grade of B.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|DHUM 685||Directed Studies||3|
|Select three of the following: 1||9|
|Communication Law and Policy|
|Communication and Technology|
|Computers and New Media|
|Seminar in Human-Centered Computing|
|Digital Humanities Theory and Practice|
|Topics in Digital Research|
|Quantitative Methods in Geography|
|Applications in GIS|
|Digital Methods in Historical Research|
|History of Technology|
|The Digital Image|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||12|
Student may request approval from certificate coordinator to include courses with digital humanities content not appearing on this course list. For details, see the FAQ page of the certificate website.
DHUM 685 includes the completion of a digital research project . In order for the certificate coordinator to verify completion of this requirement, students must provide the following:
- A project proposal submitted in advance of taking the independent study course.
- Access to the digital artifact produced by the student during the independent study.
- A project report submitted upon completion of the project.
For additional information on what constitutes a digital project capable of fulfilling the certificate requirements, see the FAQ page of the certificate website.