Learning outcome - Interaction design - Master's Degree Programme, 2 years, Gjøvik
Master's Degree Programme, 2 years, Gjøvik
– Learning outcome
The candidate ..
- has thorough knowledge of scientific theory and methodology in the field of interaction design.
- has an in-depth understanding of human factors and end-users' needs, user-centred strategies and methodologies and can discuss and reflect upon needs and requirements in the design of user interfaces and interactive environments.
- is able to apply this knowledge to design and optimize the usability of products, services and interactive environments.
- possesses a specialized and thorough knowledge of the research front on a limited and selected area forming the basis for the thesis in interaction design.
The candidate …
- is able to analyze existing theories, methods and interpretations and to challenge established knowledge and practice with regards to interaction design.
- is able to plan, initiate, manage and execute usability and user-centred research and development in an independent manner.
- is able to carry out an independent, limited research or development project under supervision and in accordance with applicable ethical standards.
- is able to analyze and reflect critically on various information sources and use them to structure and formulate scientific reasoning.
The candidate ..
- is able to analyze ethical issues related to both profession and research.
- is able to apply his/her knowledge and skills on novel areas to carry out advanced tasks and projects in usability or user-centered design.
- is able to convey extensive work from an independent study and master the forms of expression in the field.
- is able to communicate profession challenges and academic issues, analyses and conclusions within the field both to specialists and to the general public.
- is able to contribute to innovative thinking and innovation processes.