Who is the Graduate Certificate in Human-Computer Interaction & UX Certificate Theory & Frontiers program for?
Drexel College of Computing & Informatics' Post-Baccalaureate/Graduate Certificate in Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience Theory & Frontiers program prepares students to work with novel interaction paradigms and specialized HCI/UX skill sets and populations and to engage with advanced theoretical underpinnings of the discipline.
To qualify for this HCI/ UX program, applicants do not need a degree in HCI/ UX and can have a bachelor’s degree from any discipline. It is also ideal for tech professionals who encounter user experience and design problems in the course of their jobs, but who have not had opportunities for formal training.
This certificate can be combined with other certificates and/or courses to create the Master of Science degrees listed below. Note that this certificate is required for the MS in Human Interaction and User Experience.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Drexel operates on the quarter, not semester, system, offering classes during four 10-week terms throughout the year.
Please visit Drexel’s Course Catalog for a full description of each required and elective course for this program, as well as a sample Plan of Study for the certificate.
- A completed application for the online format or on-campus format.
- A four-year bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States or an equivalent international institution.
- A GPA of 3.0 or higher, in a completed degree program, bachelor’s degree or above.
- Official final transcripts from ALL Colleges/Universities attended. Please note: For students who have attended an institution outside of the US, it is highly recommended to submit a NACES approved course-by-course transcript evaluation (i.e., WES) for expedited review of your application. This approved evaluation will take the place of the transcript requirement to complete your application.
- One letter of recommendation required, two recommended (academic, professional, or both).
- Essay/Statement of Purpose (approximately 500 words).
- Current Resume.
- Additional requirements for International Students.
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