Core Courses

DSAM 3000 Digital Studies and Methods: Seminar, offered every Fall Term

DSAM 3100 Digital Studies and Methods: Practicum, offered every Spring Term

DSAM 3200 Digital Studies and Methods: Capstone, offered every Fall and Spring Term

Pre-Approved Electives, Fall 2020

Pitt Electives

ENGFLM 2493 Media/Ecology, Fall 2020

ENGLIT 2041 Public Humanities, Fall 2020

GEOL 2449 GIS, GPS, and Computer Methods, Fall 2020

HIST 2400 Digital and Critical Approaches to Asian History, Fall 2020

LAW 5754 Technology, Law, & Leadership, Fall 2020

Pre-Approved Electives, Spring 2020

Pitt Electives

GEOL 2446 Advanced Geographical Information System, Spring 2020

HAA 2040 Digital/Critical Interdisciplinary Methods, Spring 2020

LING 2340 Data Science for Linguists, Spring 2020

PS 2515 Domestic Politics and International Conflict in the Information Age, Spring 2020

Pre-Approved Electives, Fall 2019

Pitt Electives

COMMRC 3326 Seminar in Media Studies: Disability, Media, and Culture, Fall 2019

EAS 2005 Critical Approaches to East Asia, Fall 2019

INFSCI 2415 Information Visualization, Fall 2019

INFSCI 2430 Social Computing, Fall 2019

INFSCI 2801 Geospatial Information Systems, Fall 2019

CMU Electives

76-788 Topics in Digital Humanities: Coding for Humanists, Fall 2019

Pre-Approved Electives, Spring 2019

Pitt Electives

ENGWRT 2110 Narrative Audio WorkshopSpring 2019

HIST 2020 Digital/Critical Interdisciplinary Methods, Spring 2019

INFSCI 2160 Data Mining, Spring 2019

INFSCI 2430 Social Computing, Spring 2019

INFSCI 3350 Doctoral Seminar, Spring 2019

PS 2750 Advanced Methods: Text as DataSpring 2019

Pre-Approved Electives, Fall 2018

Pitt Electives

ENGLIT 2852 Digital Humanities and Approaches to Textual Objects, Fall 2018

INFSCI 2160 Data Mining, Fall 2018

INFSCI 2430 Social Computing, Fall 2018

INFSCI 3350 Doctoral Seminar: Data-Driven Decision Marking, Fall 2018

CMU Electives

76-714 Data Stories, Fall 2018

76-788 Topics in Digital Humanities: Coding for Humanists, Fall 2018

76-829 Digital Humanities: Politics and Early Modern Drama, Fall 2018

Introductory Undergradute Courses

Graduate students who wish to enroll in a course that offers basic computer and information science skills may wish to look into the following courses. NOTE: These courses will not count towards either the DSAM certificate or a graduate degree.

CMPINF 0010 Big Ideas in Computing and InformationFall 2019

CS 0012 Introduction to Computing for the HumanitiesFall 2019

CS 0134 Web Site Design and DevelopmentFall 2019

CS 0590 Social Implications of Computing TechnologyFall 2019

INFSCI 1022 Database Management Systems, Fall 2019

SLAV 1050 Computational Methods in Humanities, Spring 2019

SLAV 1050 Computational Methods in Humanities, Fall 2018

Applying for Additional Course Approvals

DSAM 3999 Directed Study is available in exceptional circumstances for students who need to do work for the certificate outside the traditional seminars offered by the University of Pittsburgh.