In the degree program, students are professionally trained in the design, development and evaluation of interaction options of information spaces. The design of real and virtual interfaces is a major field of study of the degree program. The design of user-friendly (ergonomic) technology scenarios and interaction processes is also part of the training. The students are taught in the analysis and representation of cognitive processes so that in the next step, a device, an interaction system or an information space can be designed to be usable. You will receive extensive knowledge in the areas of interaction design, such as the user-centered design or the technical implementation of information spaces and devices.
The seven-semester study includes modules in the areas of IT technology, design, art & culture and design history, psychology & usability, as well as management & soft skills.
Elective modules, the practical semester in the 5th semester, projects (production and experiment & try) and the project work and thesis in the 7th semester complete the education offer upwards.
The degree program concludes with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) title.