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Masters Degrees in Human-Computer Interaction, Estonia

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The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) programme at Tallinn University is a multidisciplinary curriculum that emphasises technology for the benefit of people.This curriculum brings together computing, design and cognitive psychology. Read more

The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) programme at Tallinn University is a multidisciplinary curriculum that emphasises technology for the benefit of people.This curriculum brings together computing, design and cognitive psychology. It offers a research-based approach to designing interactive, software and technical systems.It enables you to shape the world through what you design.

Who are we looking for?

We welcome students with a wide variety of backgrounds. We favour everyone who is interested in improving the way technology is made available to people and intertwined with their lives. We favour:

  • Developers
  • Designers
  • Anthropologists
  • Psychologists

Why study with us?

This is your chance to become a well grounded Human-Computer Interaction specialist, able to act as a scholarly design researcher, a knowledgeable interaction designer, or a discerning user experience professional. It’s an opportunity to mould your future, our future, and study in the most E of all countries, Estonia.

Not only will you be able to systematically go from an idea, opportunity or challenge, to a technology-based solution, you will also be able to do it based on sound theoretical grounds. You will:

  • Combine computational thinking with design thinking
  • Integrate academic and practitioner perspectives

Our programme starts with a sound and thorough introduction to the field of Human-Computer Interaction, moves on to a semester long integrated interaction design project and rounds up with topics such as:

  • Ambient and ubiquitous computing
  • Physiological and affective computing
  • Perception and attention
  • Cognition and emotion

The capstone is your master thesis. Research-based, practice-base, many configurations are possible but surely it will be a in-depth experience.



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Digital Learning Games (DLG) is a 2 years international master’s curriculum in the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies. Read more

Digital Learning Games (DLG) is a 2 years international master’s curriculum in the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies. The main objective is to bring together people with different background, form heterogeneous teams, learn from experts and from each other, and make games.

Who are we looking for?

Since most of the games are created in cooperation, all people with different backgrounds can find a role in the game design and development team. Everybody who is interested in making games and learning game design is welcome to join. It is easier to find a role in the game design team if you have the following background:

  • Developers (programming)
  • Artists (2D and 3D graphics, animation, sound)
  • Teachers (instructional designers and educational technologists)
  • Psychologists

Why study with us?

This curriculum is unique because of its interdisciplinary nature. It integrates wisdom from the following domains:

  • Design (conceptual and graphical design)
  • ICT (user experience design and software development)
  • Pedagogy (instructional design)
  • Psychology (engagement design and emotioneering)

In order to cover a wide range of game design aspects this curriculum is provided in cooperation with 4 different TLU institutes:

  • School of Digital Technologies (DTI)
  • Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM)
  • School of Educational Sciences (HARI)
  • School of Humanities (TÜHI)

Most of the learning activities are organized as teamwork. Students form smaller groups, take different roles and design game aspects and games from ideas to working prototypes.



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