Digital Studies

Digital Studies Course Offerings

Digital Studies course offerings will be found under the 4 letter code of DGST in the course listings.

101 — Introduction to Digital Studies (3)

Introduces an interdisciplinary approach to using technology and specifically provides a foundation for the Digital Studies Minor. Coursework may include digital approaches to creativity, historiography, media analysis and thinking critically about and through digital culture.

395 – Applied Digital Studies (3)

Prerequisite: DGST 101. Apply the skills and methodologies developed in the Digital Studies curriculum toward larger-scale, self-designed digital projects that contribute meaning fully to some cultural field, academic discipline, social issue, and other research question.

483 – Digital Project Consulting Practicum (1)

Students in the course will develop their skills with a variety of digital tools and technologies used at the University for the purpose of providing peer support on digital projects.  Students will also receive instruction in effective tutoring techniques and creating technical documentation and support materials.  This practicum is intended only for students working as tutors in the Digital Knowledge Center.