Courses studied in this major focus on design skills and creativity, programming, and prototyping in different media.
This major is intended for students who want to take up careers in the multi-skilled and interdisciplinary field of human-centred design.
UX designers are increasingly sought after across all sectors of ICT, where the combination of people skills along with creativity and technical ability produces graduates who are prepared for the rapidly changing future of technology design.
Career paths can lead to roles as user interface developers, user experience designers, usability specialists, human factors analysts, user researchers and human interface developers.
Graduate in demand
User Experience (UX) designers are the people who ensure the design of software, websites, or technologies meets their intended use – from commercial software to personal fitness apps to games, and everything in between
Future-proof your career when you graduate with a combination of people skills, creativity and technical abilities
Design-first thinking is in demand. Service Designer was the #13 emerging job of 2020 (LinkedIn 2020 Emerging Jobs Report).
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