Design of User Experience
The Design of User Experience minor is a 20-credit program that provides students with knowledge and skills in designing and improving user experience of information products. Through this minor, students acquire analytical thinking and hands-on skills to work in a wide range of industries, particularly in information technology services and digital innovation. This minor can be an excellent complement to a degree in communication, business, computer science, and psychology.
Students completing the minor in Design of User Experience will:
- Understand fundamental concepts in design of user experience
- Differentiate usability and user experience, testing and design
- Utilize design thinking in the discovery of design solutions
- Gather, organize, and distill user requirements
- Adopt effective methods in exploring, analyzing, and evaluating design solutions
- Apply user experience knowledge and skills in major area of study
Declare Your Program
Courses required for your specific program are listed in the right column on this page. They include prerequisite, foundation, core, and elective courses. Contact your advisor with questions concerning your degree plan.
Up to eight (8) credits may be transferred.
Transfer courses may be applicable to minor requirements. The university's degree audit system (DARS) will specify transfer courses that are directly equivalent to minor requirements; other transfer courses must be approved by the coordinator of the Design of User Experience minor.