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MSc in IT - Product Design 

SDU University of Southern Denmark

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Steckbrief
Abschluss:
Master
Sachgebiet(e):
Städtebau, Design, Gestaltung, Farbtechnik, Raumgestaltung, Oberflächentechnik (Lehramt), Werken, Gestalten (Lehramt)
Regelstudienzeit:
2 years
Hauptunterrichtssprache:
Englisch
Studienform(en):
Vollzeitstudium
Standort(e):
Kolding
Weitere basisinformationen
Zulassung & Bewerbung
Zulassungssemester:
Sep 01
Zulassungsmodus:
March 1
Themenschwerpunkte
Schwerpunkte:
Design Research Horizon, Participatory Practices, Research Organisation, Design processes , User participation in design, Work practice studies, Human machine interaction, IT technologies, Design team learning, Design visualisation and communication.
Fristen & Termine
Vorlesungszeit:

September-January and February-July

Bewerbungsfrist:

September intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: March 1st or March 15 and February intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: October 15th

Einschreibfrist (Beginner):

Starts up 1 february - read more

Einschreibfrist (Rückmelder):

no later than March 1st - read more

Sonstiges
Studienbeitrag:
No tuition fees for citizens from the EU/EEA countries.
Ansprechpartner
Marianne Fræhr Thomsen
Tel: +45 6550 1316
Kontakt Hochschule
Campusvej 55
DK-5230 Odense M
T.: +45 65 50 10 00
Weitere Informationen / Services:
www.sdu.dk
Der Studiengang im Fokus

Introduction to MSc in IT - Product Design

Intelligent products of the future will change how people work and play. To envision these developments requires empathy and responsibility on the part of designers. It requires skills of critical judgment and an open-minded attitude as well as competencies beyond traditional engineering and computer science. It additionally requires engagement in multidisciplinary teams for the development of successful products and services that benefit the world.

IT Product Design is part of a design environment at the campus in Kolding where research and teaching are closely connected. The new SDU Design group is lead by professor Jacob Buur, and focuses on combining research within:

  • Interaction Design
  • Interaction Analysis
  • Embodied Technology
  • Participatory Innovation
  • Design Anthropology
  • Applied Theatre
  • Video and design
  • Service design
  • Co-Design

These research areas are reflected in the courses at IT Product Design and in the projects that we involve our students in.

Student life

The programme is organised as a full-time studio education. This requires students to work face-to-face every day, contributing with the time and energy equivalent to that of a full-time job. IT Product Design is based on project work in a design studio.

The programme takes place mainly in ITPD’s studios on the fifth floor of Campus Kolding, and three minutes walk away at our harbourfront workshop facility, SDU Maker Space.

In collaboration with teachers, researchers and peers from other universities, IT Product Design students regularly publish their designs and projects at international conferences. In this way, IT Product Design students expand their network within the design research community worldwide, travel and keep themselves updated with the newest research within their field.

Every year, 40 new students come from countries all over the world. Their backgrounds cover a wide range of educations, career paths and professions, such as various fields of design and art, anthropology, business, communication, computing, engineering, and beyond!

IT Product Design teachers are also very cosmopolitan and bring excellent expertise from a wide range of fields.

Mögliche Berufsfelder

Career opportunities

Graduates have ended up in a variety of jobs like:

  • Concept Designer
  • HCI Designer
  • Lead UX Designer
  • Digital Product Manager
  • Design Manager
  • Managing Consultant
  • Product Marketing Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • E-learning Developer Engineer
  • Doctoral Researcher
  • Lecturer
  • IT Specialist
  • 3D CAD Expert
  • Web analyst

You can find them in many companies and organisations like:

  • The LEGO Group
  • Danfoss Power Solutions ApS
  • Danske Bank
  • Novo Nordisk
  • Bang & Olufsen
  • Phillips
  • Blue Ocean Robotics
  • TRIL Centre – University College Dublin
Fragen zum Studiengang
Welchen Abschluss erhalte ich, wenn ich MSc in IT - Product Design  studiere?
Beim Studiengang MSc in IT - Product Design  an der SDU University of Southern Denmark handelt es sich um einen Studiengang mit dem Abschluss Master
Welche Sachgebiete beinhaltet der Studiengang?
Die Sachgebiete des Studiengangs sind Städtebau, Design, Gestaltung, Farbtechnik, Raumgestaltung, Oberflächentechnik (Lehramt) und Werken, Gestalten (Lehramt).
Wie lange dauert das Studium?
Die Regelstudienzeit beträgt Sonstige. Ein Semester sind 6 Monate. Somit dauert das Studium in der Regel 0 Monate.
In welcher Sprache finden die Lehrveranstaltungen statt?
Die Vorlesungen, Seminare oder Kurse finden hauptsächlich in Englisch statt.
In welcher Form wird das Studium MSc in IT - Product Design  angeboten?
Das Studium wird als Vollzeitstudium in Kolding angeboten.
Wo finden die Lehrveranstaltungen statt?
Standort dieser Hochschule ist Kolding.
Kann ich mich zum Sommer- oder zum Wintersemester bewerben?
Du kannst dich zu folgendem Semester bewerben: Sep 01.
Gibt es spezielle Zugangsvoraussetzungen, um MSc in IT - Product Design  zu studieren?
Für das Studium des Fachs MSc in IT - Product Design  gelten keine speziellen Zugangsvoraussetzungen.
Welche Themenschwerpunkte gibt es?
Themenschwerpunkte im Studienfach MSc in IT - Product Design  sind:
Schwerpunkte:
Design Research Horizon, Participatory Practices, Research Organisation, Design processes , User participation in design, Work practice studies, Human machine interaction, IT technologies, Design team learning, Design visualisation and communication.
Wann kann ich mich bewerben?
Hier findest du die Fristen und Termine für deine Bewerbung:

Vorlesungszeit:

September-January and February-July

Bewerbungsfrist:

September intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: March 1st or March 15 and February intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: October 15th

Einschreibfrist (Beginner):

Starts up 1 february - read more

Einschreibfrist (Rückmelder):

no later than March 1st - read more

Gibt es einen Studienbeitrag?
Zum Studienbeitrag liegen folgende Informationen vor: No tuition fees for citizens from the EU/EEA countries.
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