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CSCI 4250  HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION (3 credits)

Human computer interaction is concerned with the joint performance of tasks by humans and machines; human capabilities to use machines (including learnability of interfaces); algorithms and programming of the interface; engineering concerns that arise in designing and building interfaces; the process of specification, design, and implementation of interfaces; and design trade-offs. (Cross-listed with CSCI 8256).

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Either CSCI 3320 or ITIN 3330 with a grade of C- or better.

Internet Technologies (iT) Concentration for Computer Science Majors

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/undergraduate/college-information-science-technology/computer-science/computer-science-bs/internet-technologies-it-concentration-computer-science-majors/

The internet technologies (iT) concentration supplements the Computer Science (CS) curriculum by focusing on the concepts and technologies needed to implement modern web applications. The concentration is designed to supplement the CS core curriculum by introducing the programming aspects as well as the theoretical concepts needed to build the infrastructure for web systems such as search engines, social networking sites, etc. The iT concentration provides extensive hands-on, project-based experience for students.

Cybersecurity, Bachelor of Science

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/undergraduate/college-information-science-technology/school-interdisciplinary-informatics-si2/cybersecurity-bs/

...Operations track: PSCI 4250 Intelligence and National Security* PSCI 4260 International Law* CSCI 3660 Theory...