HCI courses

24 Jul 2013 - 12:51am
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rdg
2013

From B.Arch to M.S in HCI

Hi 

I am a final year undergraduate student, studying architecture and planning.At the end of the course, I have realised that I am not too much inclined to take up professional architecture as a career option and so I am interested in continuing my studies by doing masters in a design related field such as HCI, Interaction design etc. , mainly because of the tremendous job opportunies ahead and also my interest in designing user inferfaces.

20 Jul 2013 - 10:33pm
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manideeprazz
2013

Costs and financials for HCI courses

Hello All,

I am planning  to apply for an HCI course next fall. Could you please let me know the costs and financials related stuff ( ~ approx)  so that i can get an idea on this?

1. How much it will be for HCI/d ( design ) course at indiana Bloomington.

Any chance of aid or waiver for international students ?

2. HCDE at UW. I found this interesting but want to know more about this.

How much this course costs ?

Shruti M
2012

Help me choose a HCI program

Hi,

I have received admission offers from IUPUI and RIT for Masters in HCI. I have applied to Iowa State university as well.

I wanted to know which of them offers a better course. I 'm targeting an industry oriented course which will help me work in UI/UX design and evaluation field.

Please help me choose.

RIT: http://www.rit.edu/programs/human-computer-interaction

IUPUI: http://informatics.iupui.edu/hci/masters/

28 May 2012 - 10:59am
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Lovelace
2009

Human-Computer Interaction: Online course offered by Scott Klemmer and Standford University

I just wanted to let anyone interested know that the HCI online course offered by Scott Klemmer and Standford University is now available and starts today.

Anyone interested in participating can find more information at https://www.coursera.org/course/hci. I've also included the course synopsis below:

Kishan Salian
2010

HCI Masters in the UK - University of Brighton vs. University of York

Hi,

I have got offers from University of Brighton and the University of York for MSc in HCI.

As i read through both their content seems to be similar and i feel both have good masters programs. Does anybody have any experience / feedback regarding the two programs and universities?

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