Ergonomics Graduate Minor

The Graduate Minor in Ergonomics is for masters and doctoral level students who seek additional formal training and mentoring in Ergonomic practice. Students pursuing a Minor in Ergonomics must include at least one Environmental and Occupational Health faculty member on their committee. This faculty member must be engaged in the development of the student’s Program of Study and in the case of Doctoral students, their dissertation research; therefore, it is recommended that this faculty member be identified early in the doctoral program.

Required Courses (12 credits)
H 545OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH3
H 546PHYSICAL AGENTS AND HUMAN HEALTH3
H 590OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS AND BIOMECHANICS3
H 594APPLIED ERGONOMICS3
Select at least one additional course (3 credits for Masters) or two additional courses (6 credits for Doctoral) from the following: 13-6
DESIGN FOR SAFETY
INJURY EPIDEMIOLOGY
APPLIED OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
DESIGN FOR ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, AND HEALTH
HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING
BIOMECHANICS OF MOTOR ACTIVITIES
BIOMECHANICS OF MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURY
Total Hours15-18

Minor Code: 7715