The two-year MA in Digital Humanities at the Loyola University Chicago is housed under the Center for Digital Humanities and Textual Studies. It is a 30-hour program which may be taken either full-time or part-time. Our program is research- and project-oriented, with students gaining the skills to work on faculty-led projects and develop research projects of their own design. Students work with a range of CTSDH faculty in both their “home” disciplines and other disciplines. Our program has strong links to many of the departments, research areas, and faculty at Loyola University Chicago, including English, History, Public History, Computer Science, Library Services, Communication, Social Work, and University Archives.
Congratulations to our 2019 graduates!