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5 Bachelor of Arts Programs in UX/UI Design

A BA is a bachelor's degree offered by universities and institutions around the world for students who enroll in courses and study certain subjects such as the liberal arts or sciences. Earning a BA takes three or four years in most cases.

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University of Europe for Applied Sciences
Berlin, Germany +1 More

Create innovative game mechanics and shape game narratives. You’ll be involved in all stages of development: from the first idea through to the technical and creative conceptu ... +

Create innovative game mechanics and shape game narratives. You’ll be involved in all stages of development: from the first idea through to the technical and creative conceptualization and finally the design of spaces and characters. At UE Germany you will receive an overview of the economy, culture, and markets around computer games, from AAA over indie games to experimental formats. -
BA
Full-time
6 semesters
English, German
Campus
 
Berlin School Of Business & Innovation
Hamburg, Germany

This three years/four-year International Route programme has been selected by BSBI from among the many prestigious international degrees offered by University for the Creative ... +

This three years/four-year International Route programme has been selected by BSBI from among the many prestigious international degrees offered by University for the Creative Arts (UCA). Throughout this exciting degree, our aim is to foster new talent into creative leaders within the commercially oriented field of graphic design. From typography to visual corporate identity, you’ll meet the demands for UI/UX design solutions, websites and digital publishing. This is the guided pathway for our students to generate outstanding quality content for their successful futures within the communications industry. -
BA
Full-time
3 - 4 years
English
Oct 2022
Campus
 
Trinity Western University
Langley City, Canada +1 More

The video game industry is massive and global, earning over $40 billion in the US alone last year. Market trends show it will continue to be a major employer of well-paid, hig ... +

The video game industry is massive and global, earning over $40 billion in the US alone last year. Market trends show it will continue to be a major employer of well-paid, highly skilled professionals. Our unique Game Development program is unlike any other program. You will gain the technical skills you need to develop video games and knowledge about the entrepreneurial aspects of the business—all while gaining experience and developing your specialization in a range of team-based activities. -
BA
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 

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Ravensbourne University London
Greenwich Peninsula, United Kingdom

Here’s your chance to create intuitive digital products and ingenious apps that push the boundaries of user-centred design for the platforms of the future. With access to gold ... +

Here’s your chance to create intuitive digital products and ingenious apps that push the boundaries of user-centred design for the platforms of the future. With access to gold-standard facilities, you’ll become a master of functionality and create design solutions for the user of tomorrow. This practice-led course looks at the fundamentals of UX/UI design; user research, experience design, interaction design, visual design and information architecture. The course explores the human-centred design, creative and innovative use of technology for products, brands, organisations, information, and positive change. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 
University of Europe for Applied Sciences
Hamburg, Germany +1 More

As a user experience (UX) designer, your goal is to make interaction with technology more accessible, meaningful, and pleasant for human users. Alternatively, as a user interf ... +

As a user experience (UX) designer, your goal is to make interaction with technology more accessible, meaningful, and pleasant for human users. Alternatively, as a user interface (UI) designer, you create the systems and artifacts which facilitate this interaction by employing a combination of visual, oral, and haptic design solutions. -
BA
Full-time
6 semesters
English, German
Campus