Master the essentials of the digital media marketplace—without the time necessary for a graduate degree.
The Graduate Certificate in User Experience (UX) Design can be completed entirely online, allowing you to access classes from home, work or anywhere with an Internet connection. Contact us for additional information about the requirements for this option.
Careers often require additional education to move ahead, but not everyone has the time and resources to earn more degrees. That's where this 12-credit graduate certificate program comes in.
While this is an independent program of study, this project-oriented certificate can facilitate the transition to further study through UB's M.S. in Interaction Design and Information Architecture program.
The Certificate in User Experience (UX) Design program emphasizes interaction design, information architecture and usability analysis.
You'll learn how to:
- create pathways through an information space
- promote a user experience that balances the goals of businesses, the demands of content and the needs of users
- become familiar with requirements analysis, information design and delivery, usability testing and Web-based application development
- develop, design, produce and manage a range of electronic information resources.
Classes are offered evenings and weekends, and some courses are offered online.
Among the best in the country.
Our Graduate Certificate in User Experience (UX) Design is ranked among the top 50 alternative UX design programs of 2018 by valuecolleges.com.
Learn more about our Graduate Certificate in User Experience Design program from current student Debbie Li...
For more information about graduate admission, please contact the Office of Graduate and International Admission and Enrollment at email@example.com or 410.837.6565.
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