Digital Humanities
Areas of study

Areas of study

Studies on Digital Humanities (Creativity, Technology and Enterprise) proposed ESDi structured in three key areas of study: Thought (language) World (Company) and technology (STEM) by converging issues such as visual arts, culture artistic, human behavior and entrepreneurship and technical development of digital media in today's digital society (society 4.0) economy in the networking or Big Data and cyberculture.

Studies to understand the digital society and to help transform it:

  • Understanding the behavior of people.
  • Integrating the humanities professions in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) are varying structures and organizations work.
  • To understand the world, the global environment through the history, culture, technology, politics and other artistic expressions and relational models and decision-making.

THINKING and Languages
Framed and focused on the challenges and cyberculture conditioned: 24h / day of activity, interaction unlimited; anonymous relativism; miscegenation.

- Values ​​and Ethics. Balances Relations
- Freedom vs. safety.
- Currents of thought and conditions of the environment.
- Perception of the world: I vs. collective; distance vs. proximity.
- Hiperinformació: information or disinformation; impulse to action or inaction.

Science and technology (STEM)
Framed in digitization, mobility and I.A.

- Internet and your world.
- Structure of the technology, tools and trends.
- Data analysis (Bigdata).
- Work in society 4.0 and later.


WORLD - Society
Framed on the issues and challenges of the information society and knowledge.

- Human evolution and sustainability: culture, history, art and matter.
- Organizations, society, political and geostrategic conditioners.
- communication, social behavior, human interaction and transparency.
- Cyberculture and social networks.