User Experience Bachelor of Science - Online

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Degree Type
Bachelor of Science
Program Length
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Overview

The User Experience curriculum is composed of visual and user experience design courses to offer a broad range of exposure to the theory, techniques, tools, and software in these design disciplines. As a student of this program, you will learn to interpret data to represent it graphically. You will also create user interface prototypes driven by case studies and utilize industry-standard software to visualize and bring your concepts to life. The knowledge and skills gained throughout the coursework will equip you to develop and present human-centered designs for various sectors within the interactive media industries.

Objective

Bachelor's Objective  The User Experience Bachelor of Science degree program curriculum explores theory and concepts of user behavior as well as the applied practice of the tools and techniques within user experience. You will create and iterate designs and prototypes for functional, engaging, interactive media interfaces across multiple platforms. To develop your design sensibilities, you will participate in the analysis and critique of design approaches in both existing and student-created interactive media products. Upon completion of this degree program, you will be equipped with the design, research, and prototyping skills required in the user experience and user interface design fields. Your coursework and training in communication and analytics will prepare you for the dynamic and changing environment of an interactive media studio.

Noted as online, but this program is also available on campus.