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Course Offerings

All courses with the course code "DIGITAL" at the 200-level or above may be used towards the Digital Studies minor.

Digital Studies related courses that do not appear on these lists, such as Study Abroad or Transfer courses, must be approved by the Digital Studies Advisor in order to count towards the minor.

If you know of a course that you would like an advisor to review for the DS minor, please use this form to submit your request.

Fall 2020

Course Listings are subject to change, particularly due to the effects of COVID-19. We will work to keep this list current. Please contact us if you have questions about any of these courses.

DIGITAL 200.001: Democracy and Your Voice: The Art of Podcasting 
T/Th 2:30-4pm, 3 credits
T Hetzel

DIGITAL 200.002: Creating Narratives in Augmented Reality 
M/W 2:30-4pm, 3 credits
Simone Sessolo

DIGITAL 201.001: How Not to Be a Troll: The Rhetoric of Online Commenting 
F 12pm-2pm (08/31-10/16) 1 credit
Catherine Cassel

DIGITAL 201.001: Fake News
F 12-2pm (10/21-12/10), 1 credit
Scott Beale

DIGITAL 220: Introduction to Digital Media Studies (not eligible for credit for students who have taken AMCULT/DIGITAL 202 or DIGITAL/ENGLISH 280)
M/W 11:30-1pm, 4 credit
Sheila Murphy

DIGITAL 258: Topics in Digital Studies
T/Th 8:30-10am 3 credits
M/W 2:30-4pm 3 credits
M/W 4-5:30pm, 3 credits (HU)

DIGITAL 280: Intro. to Digital Cultures (HU)
M/W 11:30-1, 3 credits
Akil Kumarasary

DIGITAL 333: Video Games and Learning (SS)
T/Th 10:30-12pm, 3 credits 
Christopher Quintana

DIGITAL 346: Media Matters: From Print to Screen Cultures (HU)
M/W 11:30-1pm, 3 credits 
Tyler Whitney

DIGITAL 358: Topics in Digital Studies (ID)
T/Th 8:30-10am, 3 credits 
T/Th 4-5:30pm, 3 credits
M/W 2:30-4pm, 3 credits 
T/Th 11:30-1pm, 3 credits 

DIGITAL 368: The Internet of Genders: From Geek to Cute and Beyond
M/W 2:30-4pm, 3 credits 
Sheila Murphy

DIGITAL 411: Becoming Digital
Th 8:30-11:30am, 3 credits 
Ellie Abrons

DIGITAL 458: Feminist Digital Practice
M/W 4-5:30pm, 3 credits 
Maria Cotera

COMM 307.005: Social Networks (ULWR, SS)
M/W 10-11:30am, 4 credits
Kristin Drogos

COMM 362: Digital Media Foundations (ULWR)
M/W 4-5:30pm, 3 credits
Christian Sandvig 

COMM 425: Internet Society and Law
M/W 10-11:30am, 3 credits
Faith Sparr

COMM 428: Gender Media and Law
M/W 1-2:30pm, 3 credits
Faith Sparr

COMM 466: Global Digital Politics 
M/W 2:30-4pm, 3 credits
Muzammil Hussain

ENGLISH 216: Disability Studies (HU)
M/W 1-2:30pm, 3 credits
Ittai Orr

HONORS 241.010: Westworld and Philosophy of Mind (HU)
T/Th 12-1pm, 4 credits
George Hoffman

FTVM 354: New Media History
M/W 1-2:30pm, 3 credits
Sarah Murray

PHIL 340: Minds and Machines (HU)
M/W 1-2:30pm, 4 credits 
Eric Swanson

SI 260: Opportunity in the Age of Intelligent Machines
W 1-2:30pm, 3 credits
Walt Borland

SI 315: Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media
M/W 5:30-7pm, 3 credits
Oliver Haimson

SI 335: Social Media in Organizations
T/TH 2:30-4pm, 3 credits
Pierce

SI 429: Online Communites
T/TH 10-11:30am, 3 credits
Sarita Schoenebeck

SOC 295.001: Sociology of Fake News (SS)
M/W 2:30-4pm, 3 credits
Hailey Mooney

Spring 2020 (Online)

Course Listings are subject to change, particularly due to the effects of COVID-19. We will work to keep this list current. Please contact us if you have questions about any of these courses.

AMCULT 204-105: Life Under Surveillance in the Digital Age (HU)
T/TH 12-3pm, 3 credits 
Megan Rim

DIGITAL 201-101: Digitizing Democracy
TH 6-8pm, 1 credit
Mary Karageorgos

DIGITAL 202: Digital Culture (ID)
M/W 1-4pm, 3 credits 
John Cheney-Lippold

Summer 2020 (Online)

Course Listings are subject to change, particularly due to the effects of COVID-19. We will work to keep this list current. Please contact us if you have questions about any of these courses.

AMCULT 204-201: Politics, Platforms, and Memes (HU)
T/TH 9-12pm, 3 credits 
Hanah Stiverson

ASIAN 255-201: Buddhas, Bytes, and Bots: Dharma in the Digital Age (HU)
M/W 1-4pm, 3 credit
Eric Haynie

COMM 408: Social Media for Social Change
T/W/TH 2-4pm, 3 credits 
Jessica Roden

Course Lists from Past Semesters