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ENGR2500 - Human Factors Engineering
Fall 2011

An introduction to human-machine systems: design and evaluation; applications to consumer products, tools, equipment, and workplaces. Consideration of human anatomical, physiological, and psychological characteristics and limitations as related to systems design and human performance. Use of ergonomic data in design. Effects of workplace/job design on performance, safety, and health. Computer-aided tools will be utilized in the development process and understanding of real-life cases.
Prerequisite: 45 credits
3 Credits

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