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CSCI 434 - Human-Computer Interaction


(4 hours) Prerequisites: CSCI 334 and MATH 213. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is the study, design, and use of the interfaces that effectively allow humans (users) to perform tasks using computers. Focusing on the human, as opposed to the intricacies of the machine (software and hardware), the subject material of this class provides a unique perspective in computer science. An overview of theoretical principles and practical methods are discussed. These lessons are employed by students to design, implement, and evaluate user interfaces to address current real-world problems.  Cross listed with CSCI 534 (Parent = CSCI 434)



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