Informatics: Design, Use, Interaction
The programme provides an introduction to the design and use of IT in a broad social and cultural context. It embraces science and its interfaces with other disciplines such as humanities, social sciences, education and law.
This interdisciplinary unit is important to understand how the technical aspects of design work and IT use interact with the social, cultural, educational, legal, political, organizational and social aspects. The programme trains information technologists to understand this relationship, which is important in order to plan and design the best IT solutions and to manage them in practice.
The programme is suitable for people who are interested in having a solid scientific background while also obtaining expertise from other relevant subjects.