The digital humanities explore enduring questions about human culture by using digital tools creatively and critically to gather, mine, organize, visualize and disseminate information. This discipline encompasses all areas in the arts and humanities. Projects can include mining of large-scale historical census data, exploring work on computational linguistics and computer-assisted language learning, or mapping patterns of sound and image in contemporary music videos or theatrical performances. One of the fundamental premises of digital humanities is that culture and technology are interactive and interdependent. By using and developing digital tools and applying them to information, we can enhance our knowledge and understanding of human culture and technology.

This program is offered in English and in French. 

The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.

Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2018-2019 calendars for the previous requirements.

DHN 1100Arts and Digital Humanities3 Units
DHN 2100Workshop in Digital Humanities3 Units
DHN 4100Digital Humanities Capstone Project6 Units
18 optional course units from the list of optional courses18 Units
Total: 30 Units

List of Optional Courses

ART 1331Introduction to Photography3 Units
CIN 2102History of Cinema II: since 19603 Units
CIN 3101Cinema, Nation and Identity3 Units
CIN 3103Theories of Cinema3 Units
CMN 1160Introduction to Media Studies3 Units
CMN 2158Multimedia I3 Units
CMN 2170New Media3 Units
CMN 4170Social Uses of New Media3 Units
DHN 1300Special Topics in Digital Humanities3 Units
DHN 2300Special Topics in Digital Humanities3 Units
DHN 3300Selected Topics in Digital Humanities3 Units
DHN 3311Advanced Workshop in Digital Humanities I1 Unit
DHN 3312Advanced Workshop in Digital Humanities II1.5 Units
DHN 4300Selected Topics in Digital Humanities3 Units
ENG 3170Writing for Digital Media II3 Units
ENG 3171Communication in the Information Age3 Units
FRA 2700Développer sa méthode de travail3 Units
FRA 3578Critique et chronique culturelles3 Units
GEG 2320Introduction to Geomatics3 Units
HIS 3305The Making of the Digital Age3 Units
MUS 3315Music and Computers I3 Units
PED 3119Integrating Technology in the Classroom3 Units
PHI 2170Logic I3 Units
PHI 2172Philosophy of Mind3 Units
PHI 2394Scientific Thought and Social Values3 Units
PHI 3171Logic II3 Units
PHI 3390Philosophical Logic3 Units
SRS 3100Religion in a Digital Age3 Units