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Human Factors/Industrial Psychology

The human factors and industrial/organizational psychology programs allow you to explore basic theories of human and group performance and the practical implications for improving the quality of socio-technical systems. You will identify how behaviors and attitudes can be improved through hiring practices, training programs, and feedback systems. Ongoing projects by current students include interdisciplinary collaborations with defense, medicine, computer science, and engineering. Earn your master of science degree in either, then continue on to complete your Ph.D. in either concentration.


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