The Master's in Design for Interaction (DfI) is a two-year programme. The first year covers general competences through the faculty core and programme core courses related to human-centred design. You will also be able to shape your own learning path by choosing courses along three themes. In the second year, you will specialise (deepen or broaden) your scope in a free elective semester and conduct your graduation project in the final semester.

In order to complete the DfI MSc programme, students should complete the core courses (two faculty core, three programme core courses, and a design studio), a programme elective part (three programme electives and a design studio), a free elective part (worth 30 ECs) and the graduation project.

Course Descriptions

The different course types are explained below.

Programme Themes

Explore the links below to find out more about the DfI MSc programme's themes: