Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

INFS3160 - Human Computer Interaction
Fall 2002

This course provides the student with a introduction to the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and the opportunity to apply the theories and concepts of HCI using a real-life usability scenario. The disciplines studied contributing to HCI include: computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive psychology, social and organizational psychology, ergonomics and human factors, usability engineering, linguistics, philosophy, sociology, and anthropology. Program design and development is addressed through the use of host languages and/or on-line screen development software such as COBOL, VISUAL BASIC, JAVA, or HTML. The student develops interactive application programs that can include on-line creation of a transaction file and updating of master files or databases in a real-time environment.
Prerequisites: INFS2010 and (INFS2120 or INFS2130 or INFS3140 or INFS3184 or INFS3151)
3 Credits

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