ITEC 5310 Human Computer Interaction

Prerequisite: Meet Program Admissions Requirements or Permission of Graduate Program Coordinator

This course covers the theory of human-computer interaction, user interface design, and usability analysis. Students will learn principles and guidelines for usability, quantitative and qualitative analysis methods, and apply them through critiques of existing interfaces and development of new ones. Topics covered will also include cognitive models, task analysis, psychology, experimental design, and prototyping methods.


3 credits

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