Human-Centered Computing Program Information
The Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering offers doctorate in Human-Centered Computing through the College of Engineering. Minimum requirements for this degree are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
Human-Centered Computing (HCC) draws on the disciplines of digital media, engineering psychology, assistive technologies, architecture, industrial and systems engineering, industrial design, music, and public policy to name a few. HCC research meets industrial and societal needs for education and research in humanizing computer technology through understanding how computers affect human quality of life, relationships, and culture, while also designing cutting edge technologies, and exploring the underlying issues of science, engineering, art, and design.