Undergraduate Minor



MSU offers a Minor in Digital Humanities for students from all majors.  The Minor, housed in the College of Arts and Letters, provides a solid foundation and credential for communicating both digital skills and a critical eye of technology. In the Digital Humanities Minor, we invite you to EXPLORE, RESEARCH, ANALYZE, AND CRITIQUE the ways in which digital tools, technologies, and spaces have transformed work in the humanities. CREATE, DESIGN, MASH, MIX, AND PRODUCE using digital tools, technologies, and spaces. Become equipped to:


For further information, contact the Undergraduate Advisor for Digital Humanities, Kristen Mapes, kmapes@msu.edu. Students are also strongly encouraged to become involved in the digital humanities community at MSU. Attendance at workshops, reading groups, LOCUS talks, and other digital humanities speakers are easy ways to become involved. For information about these opportunities, check the Digital Humanities calendar under the Events tab. On Twitter, follow the #msudh hashtag for further updates.