Master of Science in Human Factors: Face-to-Face classes starting in 2018

Master of Science in Human Factors

Study Human Factors at the world’s leading aerospace university.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is currently accepting student applications for a Master of Science in Human Factors degree offered by the university’s Berlin Campus. The degree program with a Human Factors specialization in Aerospace (click on “view the degree requirements and courses”) at the Berlin Campus is scheduled to start in 2018 with a cohort of minimum 10 students and a maximum of 15 students.

Study semesters abroad in the USA may be included.

Students can expect to study: the way humans perceive and think about the world around them; human performance limitations and errors; virtual, robotic, and simulation environments and the human experience; and the impact of ergonomics, biomechanics, and anthropometrics on human effectiveness. For more information take a look at the course schedule and explore the Human Factors courses in the catalog.

Graduates emerge from the program ready for a career in research, analysis or design.

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