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UC Irvine Offers New Program Focused on Human-Computer Interaction & Design

The master’s program combines design, technology and the study of human behavior.

UC Irvine’s Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences has launched a Master of Human-Computer Interaction & Design (MHCID) that will focus on user experience research and design, interaction design, information architecture, product design and human-computer interaction.

The MCHID is a mixed format, one-year masters program that offers both in-person instruction and online distance education. Students must complete nine courses in one or two years for the program.

Program highlights include:

  • An orientation for all students;

  • Flexibility for working individuals;

  • Diverse faculty with backgrounds in design, business, computer science, media arts, information science and psychology;

  • Exposure to a broad range of networking activities; and

  • A substantial project component for an outside client.

UCI’s Master of Human-Computer Interaction & Design program is now accepting applications for its first cohort of graduate students that will begin this fall. Interested individuals can apply on the program site.

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