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The Digital Studies program is a modular curriculum that allows you to customize your experience in the minor based on your interests and your major.
All students minoring in Digital Studies are required to complete the following two courses:
The core courses will introduce you to the field of digital studies and help you to select your path in the modules.
All students minoring in Digital Studies are required to complete two courses from each of the following modules. Students must take two courses from different disciplines in the “Tools and Production” module. Students must take at least one Digital Studies designated course in the “Digital Culture” module. With approval from the Director of Digital Studies, students may complete DS 490 Digital Studies Internship* in place of one of the two required module courses. When selecting the courses in the modules, think about how the minor may supplement your major. If you are uncertain about which courses to choose, contact the program director, Laurence José, (email@example.com), who will be happy to meet with you to help you plan.
Module 1: Digital Tools and Production
Module 2: Digital Culture
All students minoring in Digital Studies are required to complete the capstone course: