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.

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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