News: Lancaster University MA in Digital Humanities
Posted May 12, 2020
Developments in the use of digital technologies are transforming the ways we live and work, with information technology now dominated by digital texts, images, and maps – and humanities students are ideally placed to make use of these important sources in academic research and in the wider world of employment.
Whether you want to continue in academia with the skills to drive pioneering work in your subject, or develop a career that combines cutting-edge IT skills with the traditional strengths of a humanities graduate – in careers as diverse as the creative industries and the heritage sector – Lancaster’s MA Digital Humanities will transform your understanding of how digital technologies can be used, while assuming no particular expertise in computing. Through our optional heritage placements programme, work with partners in the cultural heritage or business sectors as part of your degree and put your digital skills into practice.
Join the History department ranked 5th in the UK overall in the Guardian University League Table 2020, at the university named International University of the Year by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.
For more information see: www.lancaster.ac.uk/history/masters