After your graduation
Completion of the programme is rewarded with the title Master of Arts in Data-driven Design. This degree opens the door to an exciting international career.
For the digital creative, data analysis is not a final goal, but rather a means to create innovative concepts that create value within a digital society.
This programme is developed in response to a strong demand from businesses themselves, as well as global developments. Public and private organizations are constantly confronted with the promises and perils of big data, machine learning and its implementation in technologies such as conversational agents, adaptable interfaces, and personalization. In recent years, the need for professionals with hands-on experience with these new technologies, as well as the ability to critically reflect on how these technologies affect individuals user and society, increased drastically.
Career prospects for data professionals
After completing the programme, you will be a “digital creative” in the true sense of the word – you will have acquired the skills you need in order to become a professional pioneer in the digital transformation process.
As a result of your extensive conceptual knowledge of data science in relation to media and design, you can play a leading role in the turn towards data-driven design in any organisation. The skills and knowledge acquired during the programme are a great boost to your career potential. To a large extent, the job titles that adequately describe the roles you may full fill in an organisation, still need to be invented.
You can start working as
- Developer of decision algorithms
- Data-driven UX researcher
- Communication specialist
- Creative researcher
- Innovation manager
- Concept developer
- Tech entrepreneur
- Product developer
- Interface designer
- Content strategist
- Business analyst
- Growth hacker
- Data journalist
- UX strategist
- UX designer
- Digital creative
The competences you’ll develop
This programme is demanding, so you need to be willing and able to put in the work.
Roughly a third of the curriculum is about technology, programming, and data science, so you need to have affinity with digital technology.
We encourage cool ideas but find it more important that you are able to set up and run a creative process from research and analysis, towards solutions and prototypes.
As you will be working closely with fellow students, teaching staff and professionals, you need to be socially confident.
As about 20 hours per week are spent on self-study and preparation, you will need the drive to motivate yourself.