The University of Chicago’s MA in Digital Studies of Language, Culture, and History is a one-year program intended for full-time students who have a BA in the humanities, arts, or history. A background in computing or mathematics beyond the high school level is not required. An undergraduate minor and BA/MA program are also offered to students in the College.
The Digital Studies curriculum is designed to develop not only technical programming skills, but a deeper understanding of the complexities and cultural implications of technology across a broad range of academic disciplines. Students in the Digital Studies program will discover how to use a wide variety of powerful software tools while learning how to think about computing from a humanistic perspective.
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Join Dr. David Schloen (Faculty Director of the Digital Studies program and Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology in the Oriental Institute and the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations), and Dr. Michael Fox (Senior Lecturer and Academic Director of Digital Studies) for an online discussion of how the MA program in Digital Studies of Language, Culture, and History may support your goals. Our webinar will take place on November 4, 2019 from 3:30-4:30pm CST, and you may register here.