No. of Seats – 30
Eligibility – Min 45% in class 12
Duration – 4 years
Level – Graduate
Semesters – 8
Admission Criteria – Through an entrance examination / marks in class 12 / both
The “Interaction Design” course by UETR prepares future designers to curate new consumer experience based interactive objects, spaces, and services offerings. The primary objective of the this course is to prepare students with the industry desired skills in interaction design and set them off on a successful and creative career journey.
Ever changing technologies have drastically changed the flow of our day today lives. Extensive exposure to our smartphones and tablets, new technologies are poised to be part of our daily objects and services. Our technological advanced environment will soon be flooded with smart, intelligent and communicating objects, offering services. This will result in defining the most advanced mode of living by the way they live, interact , communicate and experience the surrounding across the globe.
The ever changing life scenarios and consumer behaviour with everlasting demanding nature has made the digital technologies complex. At the same time, Interaction Design provides an excellent opportunity for designers to create simplified solutions to the complexity developed by these endless technologies by creating designs which are most importantly human centric in their approach.
This Interaction Design course from UETR enables design graduates to design & develop the most important objects which can make the world a human friendly for a faster, easier, and better place to live and grow. The primary objective of the program is to give students the live industry desired training, experience, and tools they need to design more meaningful and successful interactions between people and the technologically advanced products around them.
An intensive curriculum, powered by research and innovation, that develops confident and career-ready graduates.
UETR offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs under four schools:
We rely on the National Policy of Education – 2020 as a guideline to form the framework of a cohesive, comprehensive and complete curriculum.