The Human-Technology Interaction (HTI) group at Eindhoven University of Technology is unique in Western Europe in placing the human (as both an individual and a social being) in a technological environment at the center of its educational focus. In the educational programs offered by the HTI group you can study these issues by applying knowledge from the social sciences, in particular psychology, to problems raised by the introduction of new technologies.
The HTI group (part of the school of Innovation Sciences at TU/e) offers a Master's and a Pre-Master''s program. The programs are based on three fundamentals: human behaviour, specifically applied to technological settings, user-oriented development of technological products and environments, and scientific methodology.
- Master Human-Technology Interaction
The HTI master’s program offers students with an engineering background in several disciplines, but also students with a mixed background of psychology and engineering (such as in AI or HCI), a possibility to develop their skills and knowledge in the domain of Human-Technology Interaction.
- Pre-Master Human-Technology Interaction
The Pre-Master's program is a program that allows HBO students from specific disciplines to start with the master HTI. Similar pre-master programs are available for students holding a bachelor degree.