The MSc in Interaction Design is a postgraduate programme that equips its graduates with marketable skills in design, technology, and theory as related to the domain of Interaction Design, User Experience, and Human-Computer Interaction.
From Cyprus and Estonia
The MSc in Interaction Design is offered by two Universities bringing together an impressive experience and knowledge in Interaction Design, Human-Computer Interaction Design, and Online Learning.
Designed to run online
The course is offered fully online in English. The course provides access to Google’s online learning suite for students internationally.
Available full & part-time
The course is flexible to your varying needs and other life commitments. Therefore it is offered full-time and part-time and you can switch between the two or postpone throughout the course.
Emphasis on practice-based teaching
All course modules are provided with an emphasis on practice-based learning through research, design, and implementation of different individual and collaborative projects.
There is a continuous demand for passionate, creative experts, especially in the fields of Interaction Design, User Experience and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The program equips its graduates with immediate marketable skills in design, technology, and theory as related to the domain of Interaction Design, User Experience, and Human-Computer Interaction.
Interaction Design shapes the experiences of people as they interact with products in order to achieve their goals and objectives. Interaction designers define product behaviour, mediating relationships between people and people, people and products, people and environments, and people and services across a variety of social, cultural and technological contexts.
EU Digital Agenda
This course differentiates itself from other Interaction Design and HCI programs by addressing worldwide and the European Union’s priorities as highlighted by the EU’s Digital Agenda. These are:
e-Inclusion, as reflected by the European Commission’s view on the role of eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion domains in sustainable human development
e-Accessibility, which targets the removal of the barriers encountered when trying to access and use digital media products, services, and applications
e-Services, which reflect the recognition of information technology as a powerful tool for accelerating economic development, whose benefits include accessing a greater user base, broadening reach, lowering of entry barrier to new domains and cost of acquiring new audience, alternative communication channel, increasing services to enhancing awareness and perception, gaining competitive advantages and potential for leveraging knowledge.