CSC 128 - Human Computer Interaction/ Human Factors
Semester Hours: 3
This course introduces fundamental concepts and theories that help students understand how learning human physiological and psychological strengths and limitations can lead to better design, more effective learning, friendlier human computer interactions for safer environments.
This course considers the following topics, an introduction to human factors, research methods, design and evaluation methods, human sensory systems, cognition, decision making, stress and workload, safety and human error, principles of human computer interaction, sketch design and prototyping, handless interaction.
Same as ENGG 128.
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