The Humanities Computing Program integrates computational methods and theories with research and teaching in the Humanities. It addresses the demand for Arts graduates to be able to work either in the realm of humanities research and teaching or in the emerging job markets of information management and content delivery over the internet.
The Humanities Computing Program currently offers a 2-year Master of Arts (MA) degree, which can either be pursued as an individualized program, or paired with a specialization. We also offer a 3-year MA/MLIS program which gives you a dual degree in Humanities Computing and Library and Information Studies. For more information about the individualized, specialized, or joint program with MLIS, please see the program sections of this website.