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The course on Human-Computer Interaction focuses on designing computer technology and the interaction between users and technology. Over time this subject of study has been recognised to be a potentially intensive part of academics for technology, and it is now popularised and is taken up as a major subject by students in the field of technology.


Study levels:

Interested students can pursue the discipline of Human-Computer Interaction at various study levels. The study levels that offer courses on Human-Computer Interaction are:
Bachelor in Applied Science
Bachelor in Artificial Intelligence
Bachelor in Computer Engineering
Bachelor in Computer Information Systems
Bachelor in Computer Programming
Bachelor in Computer Science
Bachelor in Computer Systems Engineering
Bachelor in Human-Computer Interaction
Bachelor in Human Resource Management
Bachelor in Information Systems
Bachelor in Information Technology
Bachelor in Networking
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Science
Diploma in Human-Computer Interaction
Graduate Diploma in Human-Computer Interaction
Master in Applied Science
Master in Artificial Intelligence
Master in Computer Engineering
Master in Computer Information Systems
Master in Computer Programming
Master in Computer Science
Master in Computer Systems Engineering
Master in Human-Computer Interaction
Master in Human Resource Management
Master in Information Systems
Master in Information Technology
Master in Networking
Master of Engineering
Master of Science
Postgraduate Diploma in Human-Computer Interaction
Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.)


Students interested in this course can choose various specialisations to pursue their studies further.

Throwing Caps

Given below is a list of a few important specialisations for students to choose from:

Principles of user-centered design
Techniques for prototyping and implementing interactive products
Methods for evaluating interactive technologies with and without user involvement
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
Finance and Technology
Games and Multimedia Environments
Key concepts and issues in HCI
Theories and history of HCI
Understanding users
Human factors

Designing interactions
Evaluation techniques for usability
Interaction / US Design methods
Studies on Human Performance
Mixed Reality
Human-Computer Systems
Advanced methods in Human Factors and Human-Computer Interaction
Design Ethnography



In an age where technology has become an important part of people's lives and in an era of the advancement of existing materials to becoming mandatory, industries are always in need of recruiting new employees to implement new ideas and effective skills. Human-Computer Interaction professionals interpret, design, and implement the products, websites in conjunction with the needs and want of the manufactures.

Students who have chosen to major in Human-Computer Interaction have many career opportunities open for them, within many top organizations and technology businesses.


    A few of the most common job roles for graduates from a course on Human-Computer Interaction is:
    Front-End Developer
    Front-End Designer
    Product Manager and Designers
    Interaction Designer
    Human Factors Engineer
    UX Developer
    Mobile Application Designer
    Product Designer
    Research Associate
    Senior Software Engineer
    UI/UX Designer
    UI/UX Developer
    User Experience Researcher
    Design Engineer
    Interactive Developer


    Lead UX Designer
    Senior UX Designer
    Research Assistant
    Information Architect
    UX Architect
    Interactive Designer
    Software Developer
    Graphic Designer
    Web Designer
    Visual Designer
    Account Executive
    Web Developer
    HCI Consultant
    Information Analyst
    Multimedia Designer
    UX Professional
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