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Digital Humanities Minor

The Curriculum (18 Units)

The digital humanities minor focuses on technologically enabled methodological approaches to the humanistic inquiry that expand research and dissemination of art, artifacts, and documentary and literary texts. The minor prepares students for graduate study in art history, history, literature, religion, or library sciences as well as any of the fields which serve public humanities, including cultural art centers and museums. The minor emphasizes the digital humanities' values of open access, public accountability, collaboration, interdisciplinary cooperation, and non-hierarchical organizational structures.

Our Program

Digital Humanities Research

Our faculty are engaged with exciting and innovative digital humanities projects.

Digital Humanities Faculty

Faculty and staff of digital humanities curriculum span across multiple divisions.

What Humanities Division Grads Are Doing



Employed Full-Time or Part-Time


Admitted to Graduate School


Full-Time Volunteer or Other Activity


Seeking Employment or Grad School

Why Pepperdine

Pepperdine Seaver College is consistently recognized among the top-ranked universities in California and the United States. We are a Christian university where students grow in knowledge and character. As a liberal arts institution, we focus on providing rich opportunities for intellectual and spiritual exploration for students with a diverse community.



Located in Malibu, CA


13:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio


80% of Students Participate in an International Program


120,000 + Alumni Network

Contact Us

Humanities & Teacher Education Division
Pepperdine University
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
Office: CAC 300


Stella Erbes
Divisional Dean & Professor of Education

Genny Moore
Office Manager

Lee Jackson
Administrative Assistant