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Course content

The course will equip students with the skills to work within design, software and hardware development, product design and creation, and user testing such as behavioural modelling and a psychological understanding of interaction. Human Computer Interaction skills are also a common requirement for computer game companies.

What happens on the course?

  • Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
  • Accessible Systems
  • Research Methods for Mathematics
  • Group-based Software Development
  • Web Design
  • Information Interaction and Architecture
  • Dissertation

Career path

  • User interface designer
  • User-experience researcher
  • User experience designer
  • Usability analyst
  • Information architect
  • Usability engineer
  • Application developer
  • Interaction designer
  • Web developer
  • Human factors engineer
  • Software developer
  • Entrepreneur

What skills will you gain?

  • Demonstrate the ability to extract user requirements on interactive systems methodologically
  • Design and develop prototype systems based on HCI techniques
  • Evaluate existing interactive systems methodologically
  • Create and evaluate accessibility Systems
  • Design, create and evaluate information systems suitable for effective information interaction
  • Identify and model interactive behaviour of people as well as systems and analyse their efficiency

Visit the Human Computer Interaction - MSc page on the University of Wolverhampton website for more details!





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