The Degree Program in Languages, Culture and Digital Communication, based on a principle that responds to the needs of the contemporary world and of the near future, is organised into three subject areas: humanistic, linguistic-communicative and IT-digital.
On the humanistic front, the presence of literatures (foreign, Italian, comparative) of philosophy and contemporary history allow the acquisition of the tools for understanding the present world.
On the linguistic-communicative learning front, the mastery of foreign languages (English compulsory and a language to be chosen from French, Spanish and German) and the ability to write Italian is acquired through the study of disciplines related to linguistics, psychology and sociology.
On the IT-digital front, knowledge related to the digital world is obtained through computer and digital design labs.
The specific nature of this course lies in the synergy between the three disciplinary areas aimed at creating professionals who know how to combine cultural content and linguistic skills with digital content.