The learning outcomes of the InterMedia master’s degree programme

After completing this programme, you will be able to identify design problems and process them based on research. You will have developed an understanding of how individual people perceive, think and act and how social, societal, cultural, political and economic structures interact. This is necessary to design and implement effective innovations.

The curriculum for the degree programme therefore comprises a series of events designed to teach certain skills:

  • Intercultural design
  • Human ecology
  • Political and social theory
  • Corporate thinking

The focus of most training courses in design lies in teaching manual routines and traditional concepts of form. As an InterMedia student, you will learn how knowledge from the most varied of areas of research can be used to answer design questions.

After your studies, you will be an asset for companies and institutions when it comes to developing subject-specific solutions to complex tasks.