The central intellectual focus of this program is the study of the creation, transmission, preservation, and transformation of knowledge across time and culture, from Classical Antiquity through premodern times. The program puts a heavy focus on digital techniques in order to facilitate the study of such a broad field. Students will thus acquire a deeper knowledge of the humanities while learning and practicing computing skills in a hands-on research environment. Graduates will be well prepared to pursue Ph.D. programs and academic careers or careers in publishing, media, and technology. More details about the Digital Humanities Master’s program

Questions? Contact Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Director of Graduate Studies

Music Engineering Minor:
Music/Mechanical Engineering Department

The Music Engineering minor program includes courses in music theory and composition, music technology, acoustic and electronic instrument design, music recording and production, analog and digital electronics, computer programming, fluid mechanics, acoustics, vibration, automation, materials engineering, and sound sculpture. More details about the minor in Music Engineering

Questions? Contact Paul Lehrman (Music), or Chris Rogers (Mechanical Engineering)