If you’re interested in technology and would like to work in a field that helps improve people’s experiences with technology, check out the new Human-centered Computing major being offered at Rochester Institute of Technology. The program will prepare graduates to advance the ways that people interact with technology.
The bachelor’s degree in Human-centered Computing will combine principles from computing, design and psychology to help students create interfaces to technology with a human focus from beginning to end.
The undergraduate program currently is accepting students and will bring in its first freshman class next fall. More.