Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is the scientific study of the use of computers by people and the design discipline that informs the creation of systems and software that are useful, usable, and enjoyable for the people who use them. HCI students have exciting opportunities for research and graduate school; HCI professionals often have jobs with titles such as user interface architect, user interface specialist, interaction designer, or usability engineer. [Note 3.5 FCEs in SOC & PSY are in addition to the 12.0 FCEs required to complete the Specialist program]
- CSC300H1, CSC301H1, CSC318H1, CSC428H1
- SOC101Y1, SOC200H1, SOC202H1, SOC302H1; students who wish to enrol in these courses should contact the DCS undergraduate office the July preceeding the academic year in which they hope to take the course..
- 1 FCE from the following: CSC309H1, CSC320H1, CSC321H1, CSC343H1, CSC384H1, CSC401H1, CSC404H1, CSC418H1, CSC485H1, CSC490H1/491H1
- PSY100H1, PSY270H1/PSY280H1
Suggested Related Courses:
- CSC454H1, CSC290H1
- At least one half-course in Human Factors or Ergonomics offered by the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, such as MIE240H, MIE343H, MIE344H, MIE448H, and MIE449H. Human factors is a sister discipline to human-computer interaction that approaches problems in slightly different ways. Students must petition to enroll in these courses.