Can I take or TA one of your classes?
Yes, of course you can!
Courses and Programs
Please take a look at our current teaching engagements, but also consider other classes in the context of HCI, Human-Centered Design, Ubiquitous Computing, etc. You can find more information on these offerings here:
- Undergraduate and Graduate Design and HCI Related Courses
- M.S. in Computer Sciecen, Human-Computer Interaction Depth
- B.S. in CogSci with a Specialization in Design and Interaction
Human-Centered Design Graduate Specialization
If you are a graduate student, please consider the Graduate Students Specialization in Human-Centered Design
The graduate specialization is a set of courses students can choose to take that fits into their home degree program requirements. It is analogous to receiving a minor, but at the graduate level. As such, the specialization does not alter home program requirements. Instead, the courses fit into their home program as either electives or as courses that were already part of their core requirements. The graduate specialization is created so that it can be integrated into a one- or two-year master’s program or PhD program
HXI classes are typically offered through the CSE department and you can find more information about TAing here:
Note that priority for TAing any HXI-related course is typically given to curent members of the HXI lab.