This paper presents an exhaustive review of the state of the university masters or graduate programs in the discipline of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and related areas up to 2020. This work has been done as part of the design and development process of a new interuniversity and international Master’s program graduate developed between the Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia (UNAD) of Colombia and the Universidad de Lleida (UdL) in Spain. The review was necessary to know what other institutions did, the needs of the market and organizations, contrast with our own experiences and ideas to propose a graduate program. It was done by searching for information using educational databases, listings that group masters or graduate programs at the level of master in these areas, search engines for master’s degrees, articles, documents of organizations that work on HCI. The objective of achieving the state of the masters in HCI is to know what universities are teaching worldwide compared to the needs of companies or organizations and if there is a congruence between what is being taught at the level world in the academy and the requirements of organizations.