This 15-credit interdisciplinary certificate program is designed to prepare students with in-depth knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of people and the application of psychological concepts to the design and safety of products and services; including consumer goods, military products, interactive websites and games, and assistive technologies. This certificate requires that students take introductory psychology as well as the two human factors courses (9 credits). Students will also need to take 1 additional psychology course (3 credits), and one course (3 credits) outside of their major of study in order to foster the interdisciplinary nature of this certificate.
Requirements (15 credits)
Students must have a C or better in each certificate course, and at least one course must have been completed in or after spring 2013.
Completion of prerequisites for the required courses.
Visit the Registrar's website to download the certificate application.
Dr. Charisse Nixon, Associate Professor of Psychology