Textual cultures and digital transformation
Textual cultures and digital transformation (M.A.)
This Master is made for you if you want to apply and expand your knowledge of all writing-based media in a project-oriented way on current phenomena. The focus is on the digital transformations of publishing and reading, but above all on your own interests in the context of media economics and culture.
What is the degree program about?
The aim of the Master’s program in Written Media Culture and Digital Transformation is to penetrate the system of written and reading media more deeply and to understand its complexity by analyzing written and reading media in the context of digital media cultures and integrated into complex interconnections with economic, social, and technological developments. Students can demonstrate their analytical and practical skills within the framework of a one-semester project and create their individual profile on the basis of the free elective area.
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