MSc Taught Programme

MSc / PGDip / PGCert Human-Computer Interaction

The Human-Computer Interaction MSc is concerned with the design and use of computing technology, focusing on the interfaces between people and computers. This interdisciplinary degree programme sits at the intersection of engineering, behavioural sciences, and design. Research in HCI observes the ways in which people interact with computers, and designs novel ways for people to interact with them. Students acquire the research skills necessary to understand how people interact with technology and the design skills for constructing the digital products and services of the future. The programme combines academic rigour with practical and professional skills that are highly valued by employers.

Studying HCI at UCL

Find out more about the structure and content of the programme.

We teach through a variety of lectures, seminars and individual/group practical projects equipping students with the skills for the workplace and academia.
Part-Time Study

Study for an MSc/PGDip or PGCert part time.

Get a postgraduate qualification in just four months - or take up to 3 years to get a full MSc.
Graduate Destinations

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Employment rates for our graduates are excellent with many students working for high profile companies within 6 months of graduation.