Digital Strategies and Culture, Certificate

The Certificate in Digital Strategies and Culture at Penn LPS Online will help you develop skills as a critical consumer, designer, and creator of information and multimedia content. Each course in the certificate offers flexible approaches for using technology to reach your goals in this ever-changing world. While technology has transformed the ways we live, work, and connect with one another, many of us are understandably ambivalent about its role in society. In some ways, technology can feel like a distraction that’s hard to contextualize within our personal and professional lives; but, technological fluency can be critical for effective communication across diverse personal and professional spaces

Curriculum

Students who complete the four courses listed below earn a Certificate in Digital Strategies and Culture.

Requirements
DIGC 200Foundations for Working with Code1.0
Select from one of the following1.0
Digital Literacy & Cultural Change
or
A History of Digital Culture
Select one 200 or 300 level DIGC course1.0
Select one additional course from the following1.0
Virtual Collaboration
Design Thinking for Digital Projects
Diverse Projects for Digital Publics
Intermediate Work with Code
Designing Critical Futures
Applications of Digital Culture
Advanced Work with Code
Composing a Professional Identity
Practices in Digital Culture
Total Course Units4

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2021 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.


Digital Strategies and Culture, Advanced Certificate

The Certificate in Digital Strategies and Culture at Penn LPS Online will help you develop skills as a critical consumer, designer, and creator of information and multimedia content. Each course in the certificate offers flexible approaches for using technology to reach your goals in this ever-changing world. While technology has transformed the ways we live, work, and connect with one another, many of us are understandably ambivalent about its role in society. In some ways, technology can feel like a distraction that’s hard to contextualize within our personal and professional lives; but, technological fluency can be critical for effective communication across diverse personal and professional spaces

Curriculum

Students who have already completed the Certificate in Digital Strategies and Culture must complete any two of the below courses to receive an Advanced Certificate in Digital Culture

Select from two of the following 22
Virtual Collaboration
Composing a Professional Identity
Design Thinking for Digital Projects
Applications of Digital Culture
Practices in Digital Culture
 

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2021 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.