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Interaction Design (MA)
MA Interaction Design is a creative course that immerses you in critical and experimental practice with new technologies to create interactive installations, objects, and screen-based works that explore the most pressing topics of our times.
Media and Interaction Design
Successfully bridging several disciplines around visual communication, this training is designed for students with a solid visual culture eager to find out more about advanced technology.
Interaction Design Arts (BA Hons)
BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts is a practice-led, dynamic and exploratory course examining the relationship between people and experiences through experimental technologies and processes.
Media Design (MA)
Interaction Design, Game Design, Connected objects. Creating tomorrow’s connected experiences.
Aesthetics of Interaction in Digital Art
An art-historical perspective on interactive media art that provides theoretical and methodological tools for understanding and analyzing digital art.
Immersive Media Design
The immersive media design major prepares students to excel in creativity and innovation using the latest digital tools and technologies.
Design and Computation
Design & Computation – a new inter-university, interdisciplinary, research-based Master’s program between Berlin University of the Arts and Technical University Berlin.
Information Experience Design (MA)
Create multi-media experiences that transform individuals and society.
Design Research for Digital Innovation (MAS)
Designers play a vital role in innovation. [...] This challenge requires that the designer be able to conduct research within interdisciplinary teams, in partnership with scientific laboratories, companies and users.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
First degree-granting institution in British Columbia created specifically for students of both the visual and performing arts. It was named after the Canadian artist Emily Carr in 1978.