Graduate Minor in Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience

About the Graduate Minor

The graduate minor in Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience offers Drexel graduate students in an MS or a PhD program the opportunity to learn a variety of foundational human-computer interaction (HCI) principles and applied user experience (UX) techniques. The program provides skills and training for students who wish to expand their understanding of human-centered design and/or apply design skills in their major area of study. The minor introduces a range of techniques for the design and evaluation of technologies that support and complement human needs and abilities in a broad range of contexts such as work, wellness, home, entertainment, and artistic expression.

Admission Requirements

Open to Drexel graduate students in an MS or a PhD program.

Additional Programs in Human-Computer Interaction and Information

For students who would like to further pursue graduate studies in the information field, CCI offers a Master of Science degree programs in Human-Computer Interaction & User Experience and Library & Information Science (ALA accredited).

Program Requirements

Required Courses
INFO 508Information Innovation through Design Thinking3.0
INFO 690Understanding Users: User Experience Research Methods3.0
INFO 691Prototyping the User Experience3.0
Choose 2 of the following:6.0
Human-Computer Interaction
Designing with Data
Social and Collaborative Computing
Total Credits15.0

Additional Information

For more information about this program, visit the College of Computing & Informatics website.

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