Digital Humanities explores our digital technologies and their effect on our new ways of thinking, living, and working.
UC is the only university in Aotearoa where you can study this subject and learn to apply digital tools and methods.
- Learn about new technologies such as web analytics, social media platforms, digital music, robotics, virtual reality.
- Complete practical projects, training, and internships with Te Pokapū Aronui ā-Matihiko | UC Arts Digital Lab.
- Minor within several bachelor's degrees so you can apply digital tools to your other study interests.
Digital Humanities minor
For the minor in the Bachelor of Arts, Commerce, Digital Screen, Health Sciences, Science, Social and Environmental Sustainability, Sport Coaching, or Youth and Community Leadership, complete the following courses:
- DIGI101 Working in a Digital World
- 60 points of 100 to 300-level DIGI courses, with at least 45 points above 100-level
You may include one PACE internship course in your minor studies, with approval from the Programme Coordinator.
This study will make you highly adaptable to learning, training, and advising on new digital trends. Any industry from creative media, cultural heritage, business, policy, and more will benefit from your technical and analytical skills.
Some career pathways could include:
- Business technology consultancy
- Social media marketing
- Web data analysis
- Digital content creation.
Find out more about what you can do with a degree from UC.
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