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Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design at University of Washington

Learn to design the user experiences of tomorrow

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Important Dates

MAR

15

Offers Announced

Approximate date when offers will be made for Fall 2016

APR

11

Admitted Students Visit

Admitted students will be invited to visit campus April 11 and 12

MHCI+D News

In The News

How UW is Bullish on Innovation

Real support that UW Regents approved for students as innovators

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In The News

UW to offer Master of Science in Data Science for professionals

This interdisciplinary curriculum will provide students with advanced technical expertise in managing, modeling and visualizing big data

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In The News

Potavida Team Wins Grant to Test Innovative Water Purifier

Team members met at UW, won Foster Business Plan Competition, and are now deploying their solution

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Student Stories

Solving technology accessibility issues, an interview with Anna Marie Golden, class of 2014

“MHCI+D has given me greater confidence and a broader skillset.”

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In The News

Plans unveiled for Global Innovation Exchange Center on Eastside

Architecture will support a unique learning environment focused on technology innovation..

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Student Stories

Using UX for social change projects, an interview with Tarhata Guiamelon, class of 2014

“MHCID helped me bridge my interests in technology, human behavior and positive social change.”

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In The News

The game-changing future of innovation Seattle-style

UW's president, Ana Mari Cauce, and former Washington governor Chris Gregoire, describe the atmosphere of innovation surrounding UW in Seattle.

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Student Stories

From merchandiser to Facebook product designer, an interview with Jeremy Friedland, class of 2014

“The program was definitely good at preparing me to execute the work I do now”

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In The News

MHCID student capstone project tackles distraction when texting while driving

Read about how they flip the problem on its head to place the responsibility on the sender, rather than the driver.

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Contact Us

You can get in touch with us at mhcid@uw.edu | (206) 543-1962

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