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 of C- or less 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 Usability and Evaluative Methods (3 cr.)||Yes||No||Yes|
|INFO H561 Human-Computer Interaction Design II (3 cr.)||No||Yes||Yes|
Specialization Requirements (3 cr.)
Select one course.
|INFO H564 Prototyping for Interactive Systems (3 cr.)||No||Yes||Yes|
|INFO H590 Ubiquitous Computing (3 cr.)||No||Yes||No|
|INFO H590 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.