Graduates in Digital and Computing Interaction Techniques will be fully prepared to work as professionals in the ICT sector, with a special emphasis on the design and implementation of interactive applications.
The most common professional activities of a graduate in Digital and Computing Interaction Techniques will be:
- Design and development of practical technology solutions
- Design, development and implementation of business information systems
- Infrastructure manager: networks, systems and data bases
- Advisory and consultancy ICT
- Programmer analyst
- Interaction and user experience user design
- Design and development of interactive digital products
- Interface design
To know more about basic and speciﬁc competencies of the degree in Digital and Computing Interaction Techniques see TABLE OF COMPETENCES.