The University of Chicago’s M.A. in Digital Studies of Language, Culture, and History is a one-year (12-month) program intended for full-time students who have a B.A. in the humanities, arts, or history. No prior background in computing is required and no mathematics beyond the high school level. This M.A. is designed to teach you how to program computers and use a wide range of powerful software tools while learning how to think about computing from a humanistic perspective.