A comprehensive introduction to the principles and techniques that impact human interaction with computers. Topics include the foundations of human-computer interaction, building a graphical user interface, human-centered software evaluation, human-centered software development, graphical user-interface design, graphical user-interface programming, HCI aspects of multimedia, and HCI aspects of collaboration and communication. Major research and the building of a working graphical user interface are included.

Number of credit hours per week 3
Presence of students On-campus


Prerequisite: Business Majors: Sophomore GPA Requirement, IS 3020, and IS 3260; Non-business Majors: IS 3020, IS 3260, and permission of the Coles College of Business.