Minor: Digital and Public Humanities

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from this program will:

  • Creatively apply data science methods and digital tools to materials that are not usually thought of as quantitatively analyzable.
  • Use digital tools to communicate effectively in a wide range of multimedia environments.
Required Coursework:
ENGLISH 477DHStudies in Digital Humanities3
HISTORY 379Museums, Monuments, and American Life: An Introduction to Public History3
Minor Electives:9
Technology and Society
Foundation Digital Design
Art Museums: History and Practice
Introduction to Digital and Mobile Journalism
Problem Solving and Programming I
and Problem Solving & Programming I Lab
Rhetorics of New Media
Multimodal Writing and Rhetoric
Technical Communication
Histories Of Writing, Reading, And Publishing
Paleography
Paleography
Introduction to Film and Video Production
Documentary Film History
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Beyond Charts and Graphs: Visualizing Data 1
Text Technologies 1
History of Technology
Oral History
Kansas City: History of a Regional Metropolis
Archival Methods
Public History and New Media
Practicum or Internship:3
Writing, Broadcasting & Podcasting for Student Media
Internship
External Internship
Publication Practicum
Publication Practicum
Internship
Archival Internship
Public History Internship
Total Credits18