Psychology

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Requirements

The Department of Psychology offers a graduate certificate in usability under the auspices of the program in Human Factors/Applied Cognition.

This certificate may be pursued on a part-time or full-time basis.

Certificate Requirements (Catalog Year 2014-2015)

In addition to meeting the following requirements for this certificate, students must meet the university requirements for all graduate certificates.

Three core courses (9 credits)

PSYC 530 - Cognitive Engineering: Cognitive Science Applied to Human Factors Credits: 3
PSYC 645 - Research Methods in Human Factors and Applied Cognition Credits: 3
PSYC 737 - Psychology of Human-Technology Interaction Credits: 3

Two elective courses (6 credits) chosen from:

PSYC 597 - Directed Reading and Research Credits: 1-6 (when topic is approved for this certificate)
PSYC 654 - Naturalistic Methods in Psychology Credits: 3
PSYC 734 - Seminar in Human Factors and Applied Cognition Credits: 3 (when topic is approved for this certificate)
PSYC 737 - Psychology of Human-Technology Interaction Credits: 3
PSYC 768 - Advanced Topics in Cognitive Science Credits: 3
EDIT 526 - Web Accessibility and Design Credits: 3
EDIT 571 - Visual Design and Applications Credits: 1-3
EDIT 705 - Instructional Design Credits: 3
EDIT 773 - Human Computer Interface Design for Teaching and Learning Credits: 3

Total: 15 Credits

Requirements may be different for earlier catalog years. See the University Catalog archives.

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