Digital and Interaction Design

Academic year: 2023/2024

Programme duration: 2 years





A Bachelor Degree in Design, Architectural Science, Information Engineering, Industrial Engineering or Computer Science is required. For futher information, please check the "Programme description" at the bottom of this page. 

Laurea magistrale programmes in Design accept students only in the first semester of the academic year (September intake).

Mission and goals

Responding to the development of Information and Communication Technologies in the last decades, the programme will provide knowledge and design experiences in all the application fields of digital technologies: interactive and connected products, responsive environments, tangible and multimedia interfaces, personal artifacts. The focus is on design for experience through the innovation of artefacts, spaces and services. The programme aims at training highly qualified professionals who are able to employ the potentials of technologies in all domains of design applications, to drive design processes in multidisciplinary contexts and to use the design tools to represent also the non-material dimensions of interactive experiences.


1st year

Basics of Interaction Design, Hardware & Software Technologies for Design, User Centred Design Workshop, Virtual and Physical Prototyping, Digital Design Studio, UX Design, Digital Art, Elective Design Studio.

2nd year

Business Innovation, Professional Workshop, Elective Course, Internship and Final Thesis Studio, Final examination.

Career opportunities

Besides working in traditional industries, graduates in Digital and Interaction Design have career opportunities in design studios, in companies focused on the innovation of products and in technology-driven enterprises, such as telecommunication and media companies.


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More info

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