Master of Human Factors &
Human-Computer Interaction

The Master of Human Factors and Human-Computer Interaction (MHCIHF) is a full-time 2-year professional master’s program that will expand students’ knowledge of critical concepts and methods in psychology and how to apply those concepts to real-world problems. In this program, students will learn about findings and theories in critical areas of human-computer interaction and human factors, learn how to apply those concepts to solve real-world problems, learn how to design empirical studies to complement theoretical approaches, and develop quantitative skills that support these efforts. Graduates of the program will be well positioned to lead human factors and human computer interaction efforts across a broad range of industries, including IT/telecommunications, health care, defense, e-commerce, and energy.