Main Content

Digital Culture and Data Analytics

The Digital Culture and Data Analytics Minor (DCDA) is an interdisciplinary program designed for students with an interest in how digital technologies shape, analyze and articulate contemporary culture.  
 
Choose from courses in more than a dozen programs, including anthropology, criminal justice, fine art, graphic design, economics, English, geography, sociology and writing. Student research projects are also encouraged and supported through the capstone course DCDA 40833.
 

Students select one of two tracks within the minor: Digital Culture or Data Analytics. Students minoring in Digital Culture and Data Analytics complete 21 hours of coursework: four required courses and a choice of three additional courses from an approved list.

 

Faculty and Staff

Curt Rode, Program Director

Sean Crotty, Geography
Kyle Walker, Geography
Jason Helms, English
Joddy Murray, English
Carrie Leverenz, English
Nick Bontrager, Art
Brie Diamond, Criminal Justice
Jacque Lambiases, Strategic Communication
Laura Bright, Strategic Communication
Lewis Glaser, Graphic Design
Mark Dennis, Religion
Mark Daku, Political Science
Sage Elwell, Religion
Brad Lucas, English