Note: The MHIT is currently not open to new enrolments in 2020.Human Interface Technology aims to improve interactive technology to meet users' needs. This technology is useful in a wide range of areas such as medicine, rehabilitation, education and training, entertainment, and business. UC's Human Interface Technology Laboratory | Tangata Hangarau, Hangarau Tangata (HIT Lab NZ) encourages students to start by understanding how people think and work. By combining multidisciplinary viewpoints, user-centred design, and facilitating collaboration with external companies and teams, graduates can develop the skills needed to produce high-impact work globally. The Master of Human Interface Technology (MHIT) offers students direct engagement with industry through projects and scholarships. Graduates of the MHIT will have:knowledge of interface design principles the ability to describe and evaluate interface hardware and software experience of working on projects and in teams research and development skills.