Human-Computer Interaction

CSI 400
Description: A dive into human-computer interaction theory is mixed with hands-on experience implementing a UI-centric research project. Students learn the history of human-computer interaction, its key paradigms, and the research methods used to investigate new interfaces. Seminar-style discussion classes and presentations are coupled with practical experience implementing and running a scientific experiment.

Prerequisite: Complete 60 credits and CSI-240 or CSI-260 with a grade of C or higher.
Credits: 3

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