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  1. Master's Degree in "Design of Interactive and Industrial Products and Systems". Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering. Faculty of Sciences. Univeristy of the Aegean.

    Knowledge: The subject of the Postgraduate Studies Programme (PSP) is the integrated Design of innovative Interactive Products and Systems which characterise society of information, where the "computer" is "invisible" and "omnipresent", along with the integrated Design of Industrial Products and Systems, which now requires the use of cutting edge technologies and the creative use of knowledge and ideas from the wide range of sciences and arts. Skills: The graduates of the PSP are capable of understanding a design problem and create the respective System or Product, ensuring its aesthetics and user-friendliness. Competences: The graduates of the PSP are capable of using creatively various cognitive tools and methodologies from difference disciplines in order to design products and systems. Learning outcomes: The graduates of the PSP can develop utilities, software and services, while developing composite systems. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece