This programme will enable students to acquire essential digital skills alongside a critical understanding of the complex digital environments emerging globally.
Students will be able to develop their skills in key areas such as coding, digital content production and data analysis. Alongside these, they can gain a critical awareness of security and the impact of digitally networked forms of cultural communication and business organisation on many layers of society.
Integrating theoretical perspectives and digital skills, students will use a variety of research methodologies and apply digital languages to a range of learning environments such as business, psychology, marketing, visual culture, and international relations.
Minor requirements – US Credits 18 – UK Credits 72
Choose two of the following:
plus four of the following:
*These courses are approved to run from Fall 19 (courses are subject to availability)