Human-Computer Interaction Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) program is a 15-credit-hour program focusing on the core theory and best practices of the discipline. All certificate requirements must be completed within three years and with a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 (B). Courses with a grade below a B- will not count. All courses may be taken via distance education.
Admission requirements for the certificate program are the same as those for the M.S. program.
Required Core (12 cr.)
|INFO H541 Interaction Design Practice (3 cr.)||Yes||No||Yes|
|INFO H563 Psychology of HCI (3 cr.)||Yes||No||Yes|
|INFO H543 Interaction Design Methods (3 cr.)||Yes||No||Yes|
|INFO H561 Meaning and Form in HCI (3 cr.)||No||Yes||Yes|
Specialization Requirements (3 cr.)
Select one course.
|INFO H564 Prototyping for Interactive Systems (3 cr.)||No||Yes||Yes|
|INFO I590 Ubiquitous Computing (3 cr.)||No||Yes||No|
|INFO I590 Social Computing (3 cr.)||No||Yes||No|
Note: The semester a course is offered can change. The student is responsible for checking the Registrar for confirmation.
Note: Applicants who have already earned credit for one or more equivalent courses from other institutions and programs may request to apply/transfer up to three credits toward this certificate, subject to approval. No undergraduate courses can be applied to certificate requirements.