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UX design professionals are in high demand. Take this program to set yourself up for a successful career as a UX Design Professional. In this program you will learn the skills, tools, and techniques used in the field of User Experience Design and apply them in a practical professional environment; including design, research, testing of interfaces, websites, products, and applications. This program prepares you for a career in any of the following roles: UX Designer, Information Architect, UX Researcher, Product Designer, and Interaction Designer.

You have the choice of doing the full-time diploma or the work and study diploma which combines the courses in the full-time diploma program with a 480-hour co-operative work term.

Learning Objectives


  • Understand and apply the principles of user experience research, user-centric design approaches and strategy, UX methodologies, information architecture, user behaviours, information structures, graphical user interfaces, visual design, mobile user experience, and usability testing
  • Work in a practical setting and apply techniques such as creating a user-centric design approach for a project using personal development and information design
  • Develop usable wireframes for a website and/or simple application using Axure software
  • Design an intuitive user interface and applying the learned principles of visual design
  • Test and measure the success of a UX design project employing learned user testing techniques


Course 1 (80 hours) Fundamentals of UX
Course 2 (80 hours) Fundamentals of UX Design
Course 3 (80 hours) Visual Design for UX
Course 4 (80 hours) Design Tools for UX
Course 5 (80 hours) Introduction to Quality Assurance for UX
Course 6 (80 hours) Preparing UX Professionals for the Workplace
Cooperative Work Experience (480 hours) (Diploma Only)

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48 weeks
Monday to Thursday, 4:00-9:00 p.m.


19+ years old
Required English level: IELTS 5.5, TOEFL iBT 46-51, Cambridge FCE


In-Person on campus


  • A laptop or computer (Mac or PC)
  • Internet connexion


UX (User Experience) is all about usability and making things easier for a website visitor. UI (User Interface) focuses specifically on the visual appeal of the website. So, while they are not the same, their goal is” To make the user’s browsing experience a pleasure for the visitor.