Step 2: Explore Majors, Minors & Certificates
School of Informatics & Computing
Human-Centered Computing Minor
Technology doesn’t exist in a vacuum—it’s developed and changed by people, and in turn, people are changed by technology. This minor explores the social and cultural aspects of informatics and computing, including the role of design in the creation of new technology, human-computer interaction, multimedia technology, and the legal, ethical, and organizational implications of technology.
To find out more, check out the Human-Centered Computing Minor page on the Informatics and Computing website. You might also want to check out the certificates and minors information in the School of Informatics and Computing 2012/2013 Bulletin.
Recommended first courses
- INFO-I 101 Introduction to Informatics (non-Informatics majors can take CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing)
- INFO-I 202 Social Informatics is a good course for your second semester.