In this section you can learn more about the courses at the Digital Humanities Masterprogram as well as details about the program itself. The order of the courses during semesters may vary depending on the year.

1st year Autumn Semester

Introduction to Digital humanities

Tools and Methods: Critical Encounters

Digital Cultural Heritage

Digital Implementations in Heritage

1st year Spring Semester

Visual Analysis: Materiality and Digital Humanities

Theories and Methods in Digital Humanities

Information Media and User Perspectives in the Digital Era

Distant Reading

Master thesis (for those taking the one-year master)

2nd year Autumn Semester (Optional Library and Information Science track)

Information Management and Information Structures

Digital Libraries

Foundations of Library and Information Science Studies

Work placement

2nd year Spring Semester

Master thesis (for those taking the second year master)