Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities (M.A.)

Learn hands-on techniques such as pattern recognition, graphical data processing, computer vision, and databases in the Digital Humanities degree program to explore cultural heritage. The four subject areas – data acquisition, visualization, analysis and understanding, and human-machine interaction – are in focus. Media ethics and IT law give you a solid understanding. Shape your individual focus through the diverse electives, which include ongoing research projects.

Attention: Enrolment in the Master’s degree course will be suspended for the coming winter semester 2024/25!

What is the degree program about?

The Erlangen Master’s degree program in Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary, partially English-language degree program that is characterized both by a specific content profile and by an individually selectable focus. Through the close interlocking of fields of investigation in the humanities and computer-based analysis methods, it offers both a practice-oriented and a research-oriented education.

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