About the Program:
This program will help you understand how to design work tasks, tools, and workstations to minimize cognitive and physical loads, reduce fatigue and injury, and improve productivity. Coursework includes topics on engineering, design, physiology, anthropometry, biomechanics, public health, statistics, environmental health sciences, exposure, risk assessment, root cause analysis, and more.
Created by experts at the University of California Ergonomics Research & Graduate Training Program and COEH, this program is designed to provide you with the tools, confidence, and competence to advance your career in HF/E. Receive training on the latest knowledge and best practices in HF/E, with a deep dive into advanced topics and graduate-level curriculum.
Courses can be taken individually or sequentially, allowing you to pick and choose which classes will best supplement your HF/E education and experience. If you have no formal training in HF/E, we strongly encourage you to take all six courses to optimize your effectiveness in the field and to prepare you for professional certification.