The Master's degree in Digital Humanities, offered by the UCL Department of Information Studies, draws together teaching from a wide range of disciplines, to investigate the application of computational technologies to the arts, humanities, and cultural heritage.
The MA/MSc in Digital Humanities is a truly interdisciplinary programme and has strong teaching links with:
- UCL Computer Science
- Arts and Humanities
- Social and Historical Sciences
- Engineering Science
- Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment.
The programme also draws on facilities offered by:
as well as liaising closely with a variety of world-class, London based libraries, archives, and museums within the vicinity of UCL.
About the Programme
The MA/MSc provides research-led teaching delivered by leading scholars.
In Term 1 and 2, students take core modules, plus a further set from a wide range of options available from various departments and faculties at UCL. In addition, students write an original dissertation on a topic of their choice in consultation with their supervisor, and undertake a work placement at a related institution where they can apply taught aspects of the programme in Term 3. This allows students who have a background in the humanities to acquire necessarily skills in digital technologies, and also makes it possible for those with a technical background to become informed about scholarly methods in the humanities.
Admissions enquiries should go to Sarah Davenport (email@example.com).