Computer-Assisted Qualitative Methodology is part of an innovative academic field that has been widely debated since 2003. This academic orientation is associated with the Digital Humanities field. The capabilities of computers combined with the digital skills of new researchers have made the Qualitative methodological way more effective. They encourage students’ digital literacy in the social and political sciences. This course enriches the basic Qualitative Research techniques that students have learned within the scope of the introductory course on Qualitative Methodology. As reflected in the title, it aims to focus on the possibilities of the computational processing of data resulting from a qualitative methodological orientation. This way it can bring the social and political field in a dialectical relation with technology and innovative social research. A digital qualitative orientation can be productive in analysing media content (from both traditional and new media). Students can choose the most suitable methodological path and effectively merge more than one orientations in their assignments.