Electrical and Computer Engineering

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction
Advanced techniques for designing, prototyping, building, and evaluating technology-mediated user experiences. Human-computer interaction research methods including experimental design. Ethics of working with human subjects. HCI theories and best practices.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 2.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesIT&C 255; or instructor's consent.
 ProgramsContaining IT&C 555
Course Outcomes: 

HCI Research Methods

Apply quantitative and qualitative HCI research methods (e.g. experimental design, ethnographic observation, survey design)


Understand the role of theory in HCI

Human Interfacing Techniques

Create, extend, and/or evaluate advanced human interfacing techniques (e.g., augmented reality, gesture-based interfaces)

Research Proposals

Design and write HCI research proposals


Apply ethical practices when working with human research participants


Apply prototyping, co-design, and other user-centered design techniques as part of a team