Please note that this program is under review. No new students will be admitted in 2019-20.

The transformative influences of digital communications are widely recognized in a variety of professions that students will eventually pursue — whether business, publishing, the arts, journalism, education, the government, or academia. The goal of this minor is to educate students in the history, theory and practice of new media. Courses in English, Sociology, Art and Art History, and Computer Science will help prepare students to participate in, utilize, critically engage with and assess, and perhaps most importantly, contribute creatively to the new global information networks, resources, and communications of the digital age.

This Minor may be completed in conjunction with any degree in the College of Arts & Science.

The Minor average in Digital Culture and New Media will be calculated using the grades earned in all courses eligible to be included in the Minor program requirements. Students must complete at least two-thirds of the program requirements (rounded to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) using courses offered by the University of Saskatchewan to meet the Residency requirement.

Requirements (24 credit units)

  • INCC 210.3
  • INCC 401.3

Choose 18 credit units from at least TWO of the following six disciplines:

Not more than 6 credit units from the student's major can be chosen.


Please note that not all of these are offered every year.

  • ART 136.3
  • ART 235.3
  • ART 236.3
  • ART 237.3
  • ART 338.3
  • ART 339.3
  • ART 438.3
  • ART 439.3
  • ARTH 250.3
  • ARTH 251.3

Computer Science

  • CMPT 140.3
  • CMPT 141.3
  • CMPT 145.3
  • CMPT 281.3


  • ENG 204.6
  • ENG 307.3
  • ENG 404.3 (Only when the focus is on digital editing; permission of the Program Coordinator is required.)
  • ENG 406.3 (Only when the focus is on digital editing; permission of the Program Coordinator is required.)


  • HIST 396.3

Interdisciplinary Study of Culture & Creativity (INCC)

Selected INCC Special Topics courses may be used in this requirement. Consult the Program Coordinator for information on specific courses.

  • INCC 310.3
  • INCC 311.3


  • PHIL 222.3
  • PHIL 236.3

Optional Complementary Courses

These courses may not be used to satisfy the requirements of the minor. They are identified here only as they may be of interest to students who choose the program.

  • DRAM 340.3
  • DRAM 440.3
  • ENG 288.3
  • WGST 355.3