The graduate Certificate in Public Digital Humanities requires 12 s.h. of coursework. Students must maintain a Graduate College major program grade-point average of at least 3.00 for the certificate.
The Certificate in Public Digital Humanities requires the following coursework.
|CLAS:7290||Digital Humanities Theory and Practice||3|
Students choose elective coursework to suit their disciplinary or technical needs. Since electives are updated every semester, students can view a full list of available elective courses as well as access an elective course petition form; visit Public Digital Humanities Certificate on the University of Iowa Libraries website.
|6 s.h. from these:|
|AFAM:6500/AMST:6500/ENGL:6050||Critical Readings in Cultural Studies: Stuart Hall's Legacy and Influences||3|
|AMST:5000||Interdisciplinary Research in American Cultures||3|
|ARTH:3000||Digital Approaches to the Study of Art||3|
|CINE:4620||Topics in Film Form, Style, and Theory (when topic is film adaptation)||3|
|CLSL:6014||Later Empire (when topic is digital text analysis)||arr.|
|COMM:6336||Seminar in Rhetorical Theory (when topic is critical approaches to digital culture)||1-4|
|ENGL:3182||Digital Cultures and Literacies||3|
|ENGL:6080||New Media Poetics||3|
|GEOG:4150/GHS:4150/IGPI:4150||Health and Environment: GIS Applications||3|
|GRAD:6510||Introduction to Programming||1|
|GRAD:6521||Scholarly Communication and Journal Publishing||1|
|GRAD:6530||Open Source Web Mapping for Beginners||1|
|GWSS:3050||Topics in Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies (when topic is race, gender, and sexuality in the digital humanities)||1,3|
|HIST:6002||Introduction to Graduate Studies in History: Historiography and Methods (when topic is digital related)||3|
|IGPI:4580/DATA:4580/STAT:4580||Data Visualization and Data Technologies||3|
|JMC:3122||Digital and Gaming Culture||3|
|JMC:3425||Personal Branding and Building a Niche||3-4|
|JMC:3640||Information and Data Visualization||3-4|
|JMC:6333||Seminar in Media Communication (when topic is critical media studies or digital cultures or global digital media)||3|
|RHET:7500||Science Communication in the Digital Age||2-3|
|SLIS:6140/IGPI:6140||Digital Environments and Library Users||3|
|SLIS:6145||Digital Preservation and Stewardship||3|
|SLIS:6350||Archives: Theory and Practice||3|
|SLIS:6411||Humanities Librarianship: Inquiry, Learning, and Knowledge (when topic is designing "dataviz")||3|
|UICB:4340/ARTS:4340||Digital Design for Artists' Books||3|
Students should complete all certificate coursework before they enroll in the capstone course.
|GRAD:6590||Digital Humanities Capstone||3|
View Public Digital Humanities Certificate on the University of Iowa Libraries website for more information.