CIT 3000 Human-Computer Interaction

Designed to teach how humans interact with hardware and software interfaces. Students will be introduced to the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive systems and the human factors that influence them. The students will learn analysis and design techniques that will help them to evaluate users, styles, tasks, and other factors of the human-computer interface. How human behavior and cognition influence the human-computer interaction and information processing is a focus of the course. The course provides a foundation for students to be able to build effective computer interfaces that support human needs and improved productivity. Students are also introduced to HCI history and current research.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

CIT 2000 or permission of instructor.