An important feature of the Digital Studies Graduate Certificate Program is its multi-disciplinary approach, which allows our certificate to be wide-ranging and flexible to accommodate student interests across the field. Courses are regularly approved and included from a range of disciplines, departments, and schools, including American Culture, Communication, Comparative Literature, English, History, Psychology, Screen Arts and Cultures, Sociology, School of Information, Women's Studies, and more.The Graduate Committee reviews courses every year to include a variety of offerings, and students may petition the committee to include courses not already under consideration.
Fall 2021 Courses
AMCULT 498.002/DIGITAL 458.002: Surveillance and Society
John Cheney-Lippold | T/Th 2:30-4pm
AMCULT 601.001/DIGITAL 601.001: Digital Aesthetics and Resistance
Anna Watkins Fisher | Tuesdays 3-6pm
Please Note: This course counts as a core course for the graduate certificate.
ARCH 509: Becoming Digital
Ellie Abrons | Thursdays 8:30-11:30am
FTVM 620.001: Digital Theory: The Postdigital Turn
Sarah Murray | Thursdays 2-5pm
HISTORY 600.001/SI 580.001: Understanding Records and Archives: Principles and Practices
Patricia Garcia | Wednesdays 1-4pm