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684 - Designing Consumer-Health Technologies

Designing Consumer-Health Technologies --- The course focuses on the process of designing consumer-health technologies that are based on constructs from theories about human behavior and behavior change. Using commonly-used theories (e.g., self-monitoring, goal-setting) as examples, students will learn how to generate ideas for possible feature designs, delineate their tradeoffs, and make principled implementation decisions.
Credit Hours 3

Prerequisites

Advisory:
  • SI 554 or ([588 or waiver or 388] and [582 or waiver or 482]); (C- or better)
Enforced:
  • SI 554 or ([588 or waiver] and [582 or waiver]); (C- or better)