I would like to announce a new ONLINE Master of Arts Degree in Interactive Design that is launching this fall (Aug, 2014). The program is offered through the "Louisville Center for Design at Lindsey Wilson College" and is being reviewed for full accredidation right now by SACS COC and to the Council of Postsecondary Education. It is based out of Louisville, KY - USA but offered fully online so that anyone, anywhere can participate.
This year, the CIID Summer School will be bigger and more comprehensive than ever. We will provide the opportunity to explore interaction design through a choice of one or two week workshops. The workshops will run throughout the whole of July.
If you are interested in studying Interaction Design, consider Austin Center for Design in Austin, Texas. Our unique one-year program is perfect for professionals looking to gain competency and skills, recast their career, or grow into more strategic roles. Here are some details of our program:
I'm 26. I dropped out of electronics engineering in my final year. After that i have worked in the field of Interface Design for 2 years.
With things evolving at the pace that we see, I feel there will be need to take a masters in interaction design course a few years down the line. But since i dropped out, i will need a bachelor's degree and i can't give up work for financial reasons.
I'm thinking aloud here, and wanted to hear some other opinions..
I'm an MFA Interaction Design graduate student doing my first internship as a UX designer. One of our clients planted a seed in my head that maybe I shouldn't finish my graduate program and just get into the job market, and that seed has taken root.