Digital Experience Design

Digital Design

If you are fascinated by the ways people act and interact with the digital world—and you would like to play a role in enhancing those interactions—consider a minor in Digital Experience Design.

In this minor, you are introduced to user design issues, theories and methods through three required, foundational courses. Then you choose three senior-level courses in an area that most interests you. By learning to identify, understand and address the gaps in the ways clients use digital products, such as websites, apps, video games and wearable interfaces, you find a way to put the user's experience first.

If you are a computer science student, this minor gives you the opportunity to develop a specialization in an area closely related to your major. For other arts and science majors, you can apply knowledge from your discipline to the design of digital products.

Digital Experience Design can be used to fulfill minor requirements in:

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Arts

 


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Courses and requirements

The Academic Calendar describes the courses and requirements you need to graduate. These are determined by the year you declare your major or minor or by the year you are accepted into an honours program.


 

Plan your degree

Advisors in Faculty of Arts and Science Program Services have created online resources to help you understand degree requirements, course enrolment and the major and minor declaration process.

Program Planning

 

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