The Program in Digital Humanities and Social Science integrates the study of the liberal arts with the tools of computer science. We aim to produce both a new way of thinking about the liberal arts, and a new approach to learning how to code.
The program offers two graduate degrees: the Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities and the Master of Science in Digital Humanities and Social Science. Throughout these degree programs, students apply their programming and data skills to projects in the humanities and social sciences. All of our courses are project-based. There are no Computer Science prerequisites.
Graduates can earn the Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities or the Master of Science in Digital Humanities and Social Science in one calendar year or spread their coursework over two years. Students will have the option to work on projects remotely.