Masters in Applied Science Human Factors and Usability TestingOur interaction with computing technologies is rapidly changing. This change is driven by an exponential growth of technology, which is quickly resulting in smaller and less expensive computing devices. This technological growth is requiring professionals with multidisciplinary backgrounds (Psychology, Business, Marketing, Communications, Computer Science, Design, etc.) . Our curriculum focuses on producing business professionals with this multidisciplinary education.
Which Undergraduate Majors best prepare you for a Human Factors Graduate Program?
- Engineering (Industrial, Mechanical or Electrical)
- Computer Science, Informatics, Information Technology
- Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology
- Design products.
- Reduce human error.
- Increase productivity and reduce fatigue.
- Improve work environments.
The purpose of this degree is to not only train future employees to be prepared for a career in product development. But, to provide them with the basic understanding of how such considerations might relate to the managerial, organizational and economic environment in which the company operates.