Academics

Course Overview

This course examines the practical and theoretical issues of how people interact with computers. Students are introduced to an overview of user-centered design principles and tools that help them developing effective and efficient user interfaces in subsequent courses and in their careers. Topics include: HCI history, accessibility, cognitive psychology, and styles assessment, user analysis, task analysis, interaction design, prototyping and human-centered evaluation.

A grade of C or better in ITS 252, or permission of the instructor.

Program: Information Technology

Credit: 3

Faculty

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ITS-595

Special Topics

Grading System: letter grades only.

Information Technology

Credits 1-3

ITS-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Information Technology

Credits 1-5

ITS-499

Independent Study

Intensive supervised study and research on topics of…

Information Technology

Credits 1-3

ITS-595

Special Topics

Grading System: letter grades only.

Information Technology

Credits 1-3

ITS-372

Communication Accessibility

This course is cross-listed and is otherwise known…

Information Technology

Credits 3

ITS-381

Social and Professional…

This course explores how IT has changed the…

Information Technology

Credits 3