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User Experience Design MSc: Course features

What this course offers you

These course features are intended to maintain academic standards and ease the transition from university study to commercial practice, whilst providing an enjoyable and stimulating experience that develops individuals holistically:

  • Project-based teaching and learning.
  • Talks on principles and methods, and guided practical workshops support the development of Ux practice.
  • In-class presentations and workshops, and discussions encourage collaboration.
  • Coursework topics tailored to development of your portfolio and destination.
  • Balanced consideration of research, design, prototyping and evaluation in the context of project management.
  • A broad coverage of Ux issues that covers mobile, desktop and other devices (Internet of Things).
  • User Performance and Experiential Criteria (from utility and efficiency to engagement, persuasion and brand perception).
  • Key topics of User Journeys, Design Thinking, Usability Testing.
  • Possibility of dovetailing study and work via externally hosted projects, placements and start-ups.
  • Whole-day or whole-week delivery eases scheduling for part-timers.

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Accreditation

The British Computer Society (BCS) accredits this course which means you may be able to gain exemptions from some BCS professional examinations.

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