HCI 395 - Human Computer Interaction Internship
Experiential learning and opportunities to work on research projects is a key foundation to studying Human Computer Interaction. In collaboration with and with the permission of the professor, undergraduate students may engage in designated or independent project work on any number of research projects sponsored by faculty. Students must complete an Independent Study Proposal, negotiate the number of unites to be earned, complete a contract, and present a tangible deliverable. The Undergraduate Program Advisors signature is required for HCI undergraduate-level Independent Study courses.
Through a substantial team project, students apply classroom knowledge in analysis and evaluation, implementation and design, and develop skills working in multidisciplinary teams. Students will work a qualified Lab, Department, or Company for university-based research or external clients to participate in an area of research, design, development and evaluation of assigned projects.
Prerequisites: Departmental Permission.
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer