The DSAM undergraduate certificate is designed to guide students through the process of gaining their own, deeply engaged, understanding of the ways in which digital technologies affect their lives on a daily basis. It also offers an approach to learning how to take these tools up—mindfully and intentionally—into the students’ broader academic and career-focused practices. This certificate requires completion of 18 credits.
Gateway courses comprise three to six credits toward this certificate. Three credits are applied if taken in a single course; six credits are applied if the courses are paired in an Academic Community.
The following two courses are included in the (De)Coding Representation Academic Community and comprise six credits toward the certificate.