Master - und then?
Due to the great demand for specialists in human factors on the part of the industry, administration, and research, there are good job prospects for graduates of the Bachelor “Mensch-Computer-Systeme”.
Graduates of the course “Mensch-Computer-Systeme” work in the free market economy as well as in research organizations on the design of user-friendly technology. The work often takes place in interdisciplinary project teams with computer scientists, psychologists, designers, engineers and business scientists.
Like the fields of application, job titles can be diverse and are for example
- Usability Engineer
- User Researcher
- User Interface Concept Creator
- Information Architect
- User Experience Engineer
- Game Interface Designer / Architect
- Human Factors Consultant
Typical tasks include
- The analysis and specification of user requirements for technical systems
- The design and implementation of user interfaces as well as
- Their review by tests
With a completed master's degree, graduates can continue their scientific career with a promotion.