Hagenberg CampusInformatics, Communications and Media

IT expertise and social sciences know-how to create more accessible technologies

IT systems of the future will need to instinctively respond to user needs and competencies. This cutting-edge, part-time degree programme gives graduates of information technology studies the chance to refine their skills in developing more accessible and user-friendly technologies. The interdisciplinary curriculum draws primarily on social sciences and IT, including areas such as interaction design, natural-user interface development, image processing, as well as prototyping. Graduates will learn problemsolving and full-spectrum consultancy skills that are key to the conceptualisation and deployment of practical applications in this dynamic field.

Note for applicants: The main language of tuition on this study programme is German, although some modules may be offered in English.

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