User Experience, 50 cr
Type of the study module
|-||The student can apply different user interface styles and interaction techniques to different contexts of use and application domains, including mobile and pervasive computing.|
|-||The student can apply the findings of multidisciplinary research from both academic and professional sources. The student has basic skills in the research of user experience.|
|-||The student can design, implement and prototype interactive systems according to human-centered design principles and processes, taking into account the goals of good user experience.|
|-||The student knows the central methods and principles of user experience research and design, including the principles based on psychology.|
|-||The student knows the central processes and methods of software engineering, and can apply user experience knowledge in software engineering processes.|
|-||The student understands the main theories and practices related to user experience of interactive products and services. The student can take into account the user needs and characteristics in human-technology interaction.|
TST-01907 Master's Seminar is compulsory, if UX is the major subject and the seminar is not included in common studies.
|TIE-40106 Psychology of Pervasive Computing||5 cr||IV|
|TIE-41206 Human-Centered Product Development||5 cr||IV|
|TIE-41306 User Experience: Design and Evaluation||5 cr||V|
|YHTTAY-40020 Usability Evaluation Methods||5 cr||IV|
Optional Compulsory Courses
Must be selected at least 5 credits of courses
|TIE-13106 Project Work on Pervasive Systems||5-10 cr||1||V|
|TIE-41106 User Interface Design||5 cr||2||IV|
|TST-01606 Demola Project Work||5-10 cr||1||V|
|YHTTAY-40066 Methods in Human-Centered Design||5 cr||2||V|
Select 1 courses.
TIE-13106 Project Work in Pervasive Systems and TST-01606 Demola Project Work are alternatives to each other.
2. Select 1 courses. YHTTAY-40066 Methods in Human-Centered Design and TIE-41106 User Interface Design are alternatives to each other.
Should be completed to the minimum study module extent of 50 ETCS
This major is organised in cooperation with University of Tampere, under the common heading of Human-Technology Interaction (HTI).