B.S. in Computer Science, Human-Centered Computing
Human-centered computing involves designing, developing, and deploying human-centric computer systems. In this Computer Science – Human-Centered Computing course at Colorado State University, students will learn techniques for human-computer interaction using gestures, mobile devices, large surfaces, and virtual environments
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||January, August|
|Tuition Fee:||$32,734 per year|
|Location:||Fort Collins, CO, United States / Online|
Students will also learn how to design and conduct human-subject experiments and understand the role of HCC in developing human-centric artificial intelligence systems. The concentration provides rich interdisciplinary training in computer vision, machine learning, design and psychology.
Upon completing this Computer Science – Human-Centered Computing course at Colorado State University, students will be able to:
- Design interactive systems using state-of-the-art HCC techniques.
- Design and conduct human-subject experiments.
- Build complex 3D worlds for user interaction (e.g., virtual and augmented reality).
- Confidently pursue graduate studies or professional employment in HCC and computer science.
In addition to the career opportunities open to all computer science graduates, the HCC concentration opens career paths that include:
User experience designer, virtual and augmented reality developer, and human-centric developer for intelligent systems.
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