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The award
BA

How long you will study
6 Semester

Domestic course fees
EUR 32768 per total

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
EUR 32768 per total

All study options

About Interaction Design at CODE University of Applied Sciences

This program within the fast-changing discipline takes future designers on a journey that explores the look, feel, and behavior to create positive experiences through technology. The Interaction Design Bachelor’s program is fully taught in English.

How­ever, In­ter­ac­tion De­sign is not merely con­cerned with aes­thetic choice. It is in­stead based on an un­der­stand­ing of users’ de­sires, needs, mo­ti­va­tions, con­text, con­straints, so­cial and psy­cho­log­i­cal fac­tors to de­sign a user ex­pe­ri­ence in which tech­nol­ogy has a role. While de­sign­ing the sys­tem be­hav­ior the in­ter­ac­tion de­signer has the re­spon­si­bil­ity for the user sat­is­fac­tion with the prod­uct or ser­vice.

Aligned with emerg­ing in­sights in the dis­ci­pline, the focus is no longer on the dig­i­tal prod­uct or ser­vice it­self but in­stead on the ex­pe­ri­ence me­di­ated through the tech­nol­ogy. As­pects of aes­thet­ics and form are cru­cial for any dig­i­tal prod­uct re­gard­less if the in­ter­face is dig­i­tal or phys­i­cal.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardBAHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study6 semester
    Course startsSeptemberDomestic course feesEUR 32768 per totalInternational course feesEUR 32768 per total

Notes about fees for this course

As a private institution, we have to ask our students for a substantial financial contribution in the form of tuition, because we do not get any financial support from the state. At the same time, we want to inspire and empower the digital change-makers of tomorrow. What we therefore cannot and will not do is exclude those who cannot shoulder the financial burden of private-university tuition. Read more about tuition fees here!

Entry requirements

German regulations for higher education require you to have a higher-education entrance qualification (Hochschulzugangsberechtigung) to enroll in a Bachelor’s degree program. That usually means a high school diploma/certificate, but depending on where you went to school, you might need to take further steps. Find more information here!

What students think about CODE University of Applied Sciences

    CODE's concept of freedom

    Testimonial from CODE's concept of freedom, student at CODE University of Applied Sciences

    I chose to study at CODE because I liked the concept of freedom - that I can work on stuff I like and thereby can study while working on my business. Also, I really liked the sort of people who applied to CODE. They are all special and have something that drives them. It’s great to be in such an environment. Because in the end, you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.

    - Lukas Kneip, Product Management Student at CODE

    A unique learning style

    Testimonial from A unique learning style, student at CODE University of Applied Sciences

    One of my many reasons for choosing to study at CODE is the unique learning style. I was intrigued by the idea of creating my own learning path with the support of experienced and caring individuals. My favorite thing about studying Software Engineering is the endless opportunities and a variety of learning paths there are. I love that I can explore different routes before finding and settling for something that suits me.

    - Suad Kamardeen, Software Engineering Student at CODE

    A total culture shock!

    Testimonial from A total culture shock!, student at CODE University of Applied Sciences

    The teacher-student relationship at CODE was a total culture shock to me. To call the teachers by their first names with no prefix? And they actually treat you like equal adults? Damn, am I still getting used to it. Everyone is so friendly and always there for you; it's quite comforting. No matter how bad you fail, the faculty always encourages you to dust yourself off and get up. Every student also gets a personal mentor chosen from the team to help you with any academic or even personal problems that you may have!

    - Kunal Kirpalani, Interaction Design Student at CODE

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