Advanced Certificate in Public Humanities
Public Humanities in Doctoral Education offers an advanced certificate program for PhD students interested in delving further into the theory and practice of public engagement by humanists.
The Advanced Certificate in Public Humanities explores public engagement as a cornerstone in the careers of scholars, researchers, and teachers. In addition to opportunities for cross-disciplinary thought and collaboration, students meet and learn from practitioners, setting the groundwork for a diverse array of post-PhD careers.
ELIGIBILITY: All students enrolled in Humanities PhD programs in the Graduate School of Arts & Science and within the terms of their coursework are eligible. Students funded through the MacCracken program pay no additional tuition or fees.
REQUIREMENTS: Students must complete 12 points of coursework. All points may be shared with PhD point requirements.
- Theorizing Public Humanities (PUBHM GA-1001)
- Practicing Public Humanities (PUBHM GA-1101)
→ One additional course from the approved list of departmental courses.
Find more information on the Advanced Certificate in Public Humanities here.
Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities
All current graduate students at NYU are welcome to take one or more of the core courses offered for the Advanced Certificate for Digital Humanities. To earn the certificate, a student must complete the three core courses as well as two electives, for a total of 20 points. A maximum of 12 points may be shared with the points required for the PhD. Students in the Advanced Certificate program select two courses in their discipline from among the graduate courses offered in GSAS. Students are also able to take elective courses in other schools with the permission of the Program Director.
Eligibility: Students not already enrolled at NYU may apply to the Advanced Certificate program through the Graduate School of Arts and Science. GRE results and a writing sample are not required.
Students enrolled in MA and PhD programs in GSAS may enroll in the program at any point by submitting the application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requirements: Students pursuing the Advanced Certificate must complete Introduction to Programming as well as two of the three core courses. Two electives in the student's home department or elsewhere should then be approved by the Director of Digital Humanities, for a total of 20 points. A maximum of 12 points may be shared with the points required for the PhD.
Find more information on the Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities here.