As a graduate of the Master's program in Human-Technology Interaction, you will be able to assess the feasibility of new technological developments in relation to human constraints, preferences and capabilities. This knowledge will enable you to play an important role in the design of new technologies. You will put the user in a central position!
After the Master's program you will be able to work in research, development or consultancy. Human Technology Interaction specialists are working at academic, governmental and private organizations. These include organizations concerned with telecommunication, sustainable energy, consumer electronics, the printing industry, the aviation and automotive industries or financial companies. Graduates are working for instates and companies like Philips, DAF, Océ, TNO, KPN and International Research Institutes and Universities.
As a graduate you can choose to follow the User System Interaction program at the 4TU.School for Technological Design: the Stan Ackermans Institute. If you want to work in business or industry, this two years program gives you the opportunity to enhance your skills and expertise.
In addition, the J.F. Schouten School for User-System Interaction Research in Eindhoven offers you an internationally qualified research program in which postgraduate students can play a significant role.
Read the interviews of our alumna on the menu. In our brochure you can read even more interviews.
"My job is to analyze the behavior of website visitors and make improvement proposals based on the findings"Yvonne van Laarhoven Alumnus
"I’m responsible for carrying out analyses of the telecom market. As well as that I analyze what’s happening in Social Media"Inge Brandt Alumnus
"My knowledge of both technology and psychology is a big asset in my work"Martijn Roosen Alumnus
"My thesis was about recommendation systems for movies: systems that can predict which movies you’ll like based on those that you’ve seen before"Mark Graus Alumnus