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The ideal candidate seeks engagement with digital humanities, digital art history, digital architectural history and digital archaeology, and conceptualizes digital visualization as a way of doing research. The program encourages applicants from across the Humanities and Social Sciences, whether from established disciplines, such as history, archaeology, and art history, or emerging fields of study, such as spatial history, media arts & sciences, and cultural geography.
To apply, prospective students must submit an online application through the Duke University Graduate School. Applications must include a statement of purpose, three letters of recommendation, as well as transcripts. For the 2021 application cycle, scores from the GRE General exam are optional. International applicants must submit English language proficiency test scores if English is not their first language. Note that the English language requirements have been updated for the 2021 application cycle.
More information on application requirements can be found at the Graduate School’s Online Application FAQ.
Please note that Duke University does not provide financial support for master’s-level graduate study, but applicants are urged to compete for national and foundation awards or seek student loans. A website maintained by Duke’s Office of Research Support lists awards available from a variety of federal and private sources. Questions about financial aid should be directed to the Graduate School’s financial aid coordinator.
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Grad Seminar 1
Practicum Experience 1
|MA Proseminar 2
Grad Seminar 2
Practicum Experience 2
|Summer Research and Training||Thesis Credit 1
Thesis Credit 2
Final Thesis Exhibition
Core Faculty & Staff