With hardware processing power increasing and software development techniques improving, the user interface is quickly becoming the key bottleneck in developing computer products that meet market needs. The Human-Computer Interactions Certificate Program helps students develop or enhance their user interface design and implementation skills.
Certificate students complete four courses including courses in engineering psychology, interface design, and computer programming.
The program is distinguished by the ability to work closely with faculty every step of the way. Students collaborate with and learn from some of the most renowned experts in the country, all while seamlessly transitioning from graduate studies to a full-time career.
When the human-computer interface does not reflect the needs of the intended users, products fail in the marketplace and enormous sums of money are spent on documentation, help lines, and training courses to overcome the difficulties of running programs. Much of this difficulty can be avoided with proper attention to both the physical and psychological constraints of the user.
This certificate program to trains the next generation of computer programmers for tomorrow's complex programming challenges. Students graduate ready to take the next step in their careers as computer programmers, web designers, software engineers, human factors professionals, user interface designers, and more.
The certificate program is open to individuals with at least a bachelor's degree.
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