An Initiative of
Education Promotion Society for India
  • Course Type Full Time
  • Duration2 years
  • Course fees
    Rs. 500000

M.Design (Master of Design) Computer Interaction Design

The Masters of Design in Interaction Design uses the professional approach to impart the necessary tools, techniques, knowledge and skills for practicing interaction designing. You are imparted the theoretical knowledge and the professional skills in a balanced manner. The program not only focuses on teaching how things are done but also reflects largely on why they are done.

The interaction design program integrates design, computer science, social science, psychology and business processes to provide a broad understanding regarding the design and use of digital systems.

You will learn to frame a problem, develop concepts and envision scenarios in order to approach a design project. You will learn principles of interaction design, how to create user experiences, prototype interactions, human interface design, principles of communication design, and design research methods.

The program covers a deep understanding of usability related methods and project management. It teaches to design engaging, accessible and usable screen-based interfaces. It offers lessons in psychology covering perception and cognition and sociology theory. Students learn to generate personas, work in agile environments, information architecture, usability testing, eye tracking and workflow analysis.

    Admission Open
  • Last Date of Application : 17 - May - 2017

Graduation in Design, Architecture, Engineering, Computer Science, Media Communication, Social Sciences, Psychology

STEP 1: Check The Eligibility 

The eligibility for each of the program offered by the University is different and is based on the program curriculum. Before applying, check the eligibility for that program.

STEP 2: Application Process 

The application process for ADYPU courses is a two-stage process.

At Stage 1 candidates apply to ADYPU with scores from entrance exam conducted by ADYPU or by an authorized authority to conduct an entrance exam. Based on the scores received the admissions committee will prepare a merit list and will call the candidates for Studio Test (If applicable to that school) Group Exercise, and Personal Interview. TheStudio/GD/PI will be conducted based on the application norm of the respective school. The applications for admission will be accepted as per the admission cycle notified on this website in the section “Admission Notification”

At Stage 2, the candidate will appear for the Group Exercise followed by personal interview on the given date.

Based on the score received, Await the decision from ADYPU about acceptance of application for admission. The decision is conveyed to the applicant within 10 working days of the receipt of your application.

STEP 3: Personal Interview 

The second and final step is to attend a group exercise and a personal interview. The interview purpose is to know the applicant better and to gauge the passion and commitment of the applicant towards the applied program. The personal interview is also an opportunity for the prospective student to discuss with the faculty and admin staff and get answers to queries / doubts, if any.

STEP 4: Admission Offer 

Once the personal interview is conducted, the prospective student is informed about the admission decision. If the admission decision is positive, an admission offer letter is issued. If the admission decision is negative, the prospective student is informed about the deficiencies and is given time to remedy the deficiencies if deficiencies are of remedial nature.

STEP 5: Acceptance of Admission Form 

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