Bachelor's degree or equivalent in subjects relevant to interaction design. Examples of relevant subjects include, but are not limited to: computer science, informatics, information systems, human-computer interaction, new media arts, fine arts, design (industrial, product, graphic, interaction), communication studies, media studies and cognitive science.
Approval of the following submitted material: two work samples of previous, relevant work and an individual response to the application assignment. Please see the 'Selection' tab on this page for further information.
General eligibility + the equivalent of Swedish higher secondary school English course B.
The programme comprises full-time study for one academic year, divided into four
courses as follows:
- Introduction to multidisciplinary interaction design (15 credits)
- Embodied interaction (15 credits)
- Relational Design (15 credits)
- Thesis Project I (15 credits).
With regards to design methodology, there is a progression from participatory approaches with heterogeneous groups in public settings to participatory approaches where the border between design and use is dissolved.
Academic maturity is developed throughout the year, cumulating in an independent
one-year master's level graduation project.