Study DH at UCC
Digital Humanities at UCC provides opportunities for students to explore how the digital is intersects with the arts and humanities. Students on the programme explore what is it to be human in the age of ubiquitous technology. The Department of Digital Humanities offers programmes in Digital Humanties at the BA, MA and PhD level.
BA in Digital Humanities & Information Technology (CK118)
NFQ Level 8
Our BA in Digital Humanites and Information Technology is one of Ireland's most recognised undergradaute programmes in this discipline. Graduates of this innovative programme will be uniquely balanced across the arts and computing, having studied modules from Computer Science, Digital Humanities and Arts.
Subjects from Computer Science cover topics like programming, databases and data analytics, while Arts minors include Archaeology, Béaloideas, Celtic Civilisation, Chinese Studies, English, Geography, German, Greek, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Philosophy, Politics, Religions and Global Diversity, and Sociology.
For more, see: https://www.ucc.ie/en/ck118/
MA in Digital Arts & Humanities (CKE09)
NFQ Level 9
The MA in Digital Arts & Humanities encourages a multidisciplinary approach to the arts and humanities in a creative and scholarly atmosphere. The course gives students a grounding in how information and communications technologies can be used to capture humanities data sources in digital form to frame research questions, collaborate on research using social networking tools, and present results, both in print and online.
For more, see: https://www.ucc.ie/en/cke09/
Applications are welcome through the Postgraduate Applications Centre: http://www.pac.ie/
PhD in Digital Arts & Humanities (CKH88)
NFQ Level 10
The PhD in Digital Arts & Humanities is an inter-disciplinary structured PhD programme suited to candidates interested in working at the juncture between the arts and computing. This programme is available on both a full- and part-time basis.
Potential applicants are advised to contact staff of the Department of Digital Humanities whose research might align with the project they are seeking to propose.