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Industrial and Human Factors Engineering

You can acquire the skills for effective design and operation of systems in health care, manufacturing, aerospace, distribution, retail, and many others while earning a master’s degree from Wright State in industrial and human factors engineering. You may be able to complete this degree entirely online. You will work with a faculty member to plan a custom course of study. The demand for graduates is high in industry, government agencies, industrial research and development, and consulting firms. For further study, consider a Ph.D. in engineering at Wright State with a focus on industrial and human systems.

What we offer

Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, MSIHE