The graduate certificate in digital humanities (DH) prepares graduate students in the humanities and social sciences to access and manage humanistic data, apply digital methods, and think critically about technology and computation. To complete the certificate, students will design and prototype an original DH project, from concept to final output, but will also become conversant in the debates, conversations, and theories of digital scholarship.

Admission Requirements

Minimum TOEFL score of 550 or higher on the paper-based test, or 77 or higher on the Internet-based test (iBT) for applicants whose native language is not English. Applicants who take the TOEFL iBT must achieve the following minimum test scores, in addition to the overall required score of at least 77: reading, 19; listening, 14; speaking, 18; and writing, 18. Applicants taking the IELTS must score at least 6.5 on the Academic Module. Applicants taking the PTE must score at least 58.

Note: Per US regulations, a visa cannot be issued for a residential certificate program only. Non-dual program applicants will need to already reside in the US before being accepted into the Digital Humanities graduate certificate program.