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Human-Computer Interaction for User Experience

Human-computer interaction (HCI) integrates aspects of computer science, psychology, and design to study the nature of interaction between humans and computers. HCI has the fundamental aim of enhancing the usability of technology. Each of these disciplines involved in HCI possess a rich history of theory and research, which, in their combination, have contributed to the equally rich and evolving field of HCI.

This program lays out HCI's key principles and methodologies, and provides participants with a window into some of the cutting-edge research in the field. Each module will cover innovative aspects of HCI that experts are currently engaged in at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Participants will emerge from this program with a rich knowledge of human psychology, technical fundamentals, and design principles that inform HCI, and be inspired to infuse the rigor of this field into their own work.

Learning Outcomes

The exit-level outcomes for this program are as follows:


Institution: Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT)
Department: Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL)
Semester: Summer 2020
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