Undergraduate Study

Digital Cultures Program

The Digital Cultures Program critically investigates the internet, new media and digital technologies and the roles they play in contemporary society, culture, business, politics, the arts and everyday life. Our units of study explore the interface between emerging new media technologies and cultural practices involving information, communication, knowledge, identities and power.

Topics covered in the Digital Cultures Program include:

  • the web
  • social media
  • online identities
  • mobile media
  • social networks
  • computer games
  • virtual communities
  • theories of technology and culture
  • digital research
  • media arts

Students may take individual Digital Cultures units of study as electives or complete a major in Digital Cultures. Information and descriptions of Digital Cultures units of study can be found in the Faculty Handbook.