With a bachelor in Digital Design and Interactive Technologies, you will hold the academic title of BSc (Bachelor of Science). This qualifies you to continue your studies in a master programme at the IT University or another Danish or foreign university in the areas of design, social science and technology.
You have direct access to the IT University’s master programme in Digital Design and Interactive Technologies (Danish programme), where you can specialise further within specific areas that you are interested in. You have direct access for three years after graduation, if you have completed your BSc degree after January 1, 2019 (legal right to admission).
Moreover, you are qualified to apply for the MSc programme in Digital Innovation & Management, the MSc programme in Games (Design track), and the MSc programme in Software Design.
The competences you acquire during your studies for the BSc in Digital Design and Interactive Technologies and the global perspective of the programme prepare you for a career in both a Danish and an international context. The courses in the programme support and develop your competences in subjects that are attractive on a global job market, for example Scandinavian approaches to co-design, and democratic media formats and work organisations.