There are three undergraduate yearly courses and one GMBA innovation track run by miLAB:
Course topics: Human Computer Interaction, Human Centered Computing, Mobile Prototyping
Lecturers: Dr. Oren Zuckerman, Dr. Guy Hoffman, Noa Morag
Yearly course, Sundays 9:00 – 11:30
Academic Overview: Selected readings and discussions about Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), classic and current papers from the following academic communities: HCI, Mobile HCI, Pervasive Computing, and Ubiquitous Computing.
Course topics: User experiences, Interactive platforms
Lecturers: Ofer Shani, Noa Morag, Eran Ilani, Ziv Rozen
Yearly course, Wednesdays, 8:30 – 11:45 (Semester A), Wednesdays, 16:00-18:30 (Semester B)
Academic Overview: Communication and Computer Science BA Students work in collaborative groups to create interactive Internet and mobile based platforms that fulfill a personal meaningful need. Groups use external design resources to build a working platform by the end of the year.
Course topics: Scratch, Technology, Education, Community
Lecturers: Dr. Oren Zuckerman, Noa Morag
Academic Overview: Open to all IDC’s students, course participants will train to be Scratch mentors in the community as well as help foster Scratch online identity. Course credit: 2 yearly points.
Course topics: Global MBA, Innovation, Entrepreneurship
Lecturers: Dr. Oren Zuckerman, Michal Gilon-Yanai
Academic Overview: In addition to the core MBA courses, program participants will study theoretical courses in Human Computer Interaction, design thinking and entrepreneurship, and will practice innovation and entrepreneurship first hand as they design and prototype new digital products and learn how to bring them to market.