University Master's Degree in Digital Humanities and Heritage

Theoretical and practical training on applying advanced information technologies to the documentation, analysis and dissemination of historical and cultural heritage, both textual and material


Content Official Master's Degree in Digital Humanities and Heritage

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Master description

The master’s degree in Digital Humanities and Heritage carries a total of 60 credits, structured in 6 obligatory theoretical-practical modules worth 6 credits each, 1 professional placement module carried out in public or private cultural institutions or research groups with collaboration agreements (6 credits) and finally the Master’s degree dissertation which is worth 12 credits. Student can choose one optional theoretical-practical module if they want to gain greater specialisation in the digital humanities or digital heritage.

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Study plan structure



Type Credits
Compulsory 36
Optional 6
Master Thesis 12
External Practicum 6



Subject Credits Type
Applied Technologies I: from Data to Information 6 OB
Applied Technologies II: from the Pixel to Knowledge, Digitalisation and Computer Vision 6 OB
Applied Technologies III: Human-Computer Interaction 6 OB
Communication and Learning: User Experiences 6 OB
Creation and Management of Digital Projects on Cultural Matters 6 OB
Heritage, Technology and Digital Humanities 6 OB
Master's Degree Dissertation 12 OB
Work Placement 6 OB
Technology Applied to Humanities and Heritage Studies I: Digitalising the PastVirtual, Augmented and Mixed Realities 6 OT*
Technology Applied to Humanities and Heritage Studies II: Technologies in the Processing and Analysis of Words and Sound 6 OT*



OB: Compulsory
OT: Optional

Discontinuation of courses

All optional subjects are not scheduled each year.