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DH Certificate Courses

The Digital Humanities graduate certificate requires completion of 9 credit hours culminating in the production of a digital portfolio, as follows:

  • 3 credit hours in a Digital Breadth Seminar
  • 3 credit hours in a Digital Depth Seminar
  • 3 credit hours in the Digital Studio, a capstone course. Students must have taken the required Digital Breadth and Digital Depth seminars before signing up for the Studio course (or with permission of the DH Graduate Certificate Committee).
  • Note: One of the Digital Breath or Digital Depth seminars must be taken outside a student’s home department (i.e., a graduate student in English may satisfy the depth and breadth requirements by taking a depth seminar in English and a breadth course in History; a graduate student in History could satisfy the depth requirement by taking a course in Geography and the breadth course by taking a course in English).

Students may also petition to have a course that is not already listed, including directed readings, count toward the Certificate. For consideration of a course, the student should contact the DH Graduate Certificate Committee with a copy of the course syllabus and an explanation of why the course should count. The Committee will review the petition and exercise judgement on a case-by-case basis.

Digital Depth or Digital Breadth Requirements

The following courses that have been (or are about to be) offered at UF will count toward the Digital Depth or Digital Breadth Requirements. Because we assume that other courses relevant to the Certificate will be offered in the future, students may also petition to have a course not listed below, including directed readings, count toward this requirement. The Digital Humanities Committee will review the petition, which must be submitted by the mid-point of the semester in which the course is being offered.

Digital Breadth Courses

Digital Depth Courses

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