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Digital Humanities & Technology

The College of Humanities at BYU offers an undergraduate minor degree in Digital Humanities and Technology through the Office of Digital Humanities. Students who earn this minor degree have skills with technological tools and understand how these tools are used in humanities research and beyond. The technology and critical thinking skills fostered in the DigHT courses are desirable to those seeking work in almost any field. Past students have successfully combined DigHT coursework with their major degree's requirements to set their resumes apart from other prospective employees.


Digital Humanities & Technology Degrees:

DegreeProgramAcademic AdvisementRequirements
MinorDigital Humanities & TechnologyHumanities18 Credits
MinorTranslation & LocalizationHumanities18 Credits
Digital Humanities & Technology Clubs

BYU Translation and Localization Club

Localization (L10n) is the process of adapting a product or service to fit the linguistic and cultural needs of a specified area. We hold regular meetings and one large event every semester that provide students with opportunities to develop their skills and grow as professionals in this field. We're focused on giving students opportunities to gain the experience, knowledge and skills that will prepare them to work in one of the world's fastest-growing industries.

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Digital Humanities & Technology

Career Services
Natalie Hansen

Natalie Hansen

Career Director, Humanities & Social Sciences
(801) 422-8187

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