The graduate program in Human Factors and Applied Cognition provides instruction and research training for students wishing to pursue careers in the academic, public, and private sectors. Across all areas, a strong emphasis is placed on students developing a good understanding of cognitive theory, acquiring advanced methodological and statistical skills, and learning how to apply these tools to real-world human factors problems. The program is accredited by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Students not participating in the Winter Graduation ceremony on December 16 may register for the Patriot Procession, which takes place on December 14-15. This is an informal opportunity for a walk across the stage, a photo, and celebration with family and friends.Details »