Broadly defined, digital humanities is the use of computing technologies to enhance methodological approaches to address traditional questions in the humanities. A graduate certificate in digital humanities will offer scholars and instructors working in academia, cultural centers and/or museums essential technological skills to conduct research and disseminate information. On its own or coupled with a traditional master’s degree in the humanities, the certificate provides completers a competitive edge as they conduct research, further their education or progress in their careers. The interdisciplinary certificate in digital humanities fuses technological competencies with established research methods in the humanities. Students pursue 12 hours of graduate-level coursework designed for students hailing from a wide variety of fields.