Digital humanities is a newly emerging area of study with a growing application of digital media and technology in the traditional humanities studies and arts. Explore the intersection of digital media and the humanities with a digital humanities degree at St. Catherine University.
Digital Literacy Grounded in a Liberal Arts Foundation
Students in the digital humanities program will enhance their digital literacy and information technology skills grounded in a broad liberal arts foundation and be able to utilize these skills in their primary area of study and professional careers.
To complete the minor in digital humanities, you must complete five courses in information science and informatics, including selected digital humanities electives from other related humanities and arts.
If you decide to minor in information systems, you cannot concurrently earn a digital humanities minor.
The digital humanities minor will increase your employability in technology-related fields, preparing you for a wider variety of career opportunities. Open to all students and offered on our St. Paul campus, the minor in digital humanities is a great way to develop basic technology skills and enhance your digital literacy.