Master of Science in Psychology: Human Factors
Looking Further into Behavior
Psychology influences everything we do. Whether you pursue your degree on campus or online, you will learn to analyze, understand and enhance how people interact with technology, products, computers, equipment, facilities and other environments. Apply this knowledge to help businesses, government and others improve performance, efficiency, safety, training and more.
- In addition to our on-campus degree program, we offer this degree fully online with all full-time online students paying in-state tuition.
- Human factors deals with a large range of applied topics — like product design, human performance and human error, human-machine and human-computer interaction, interface design, safety and ergonomics.
- Graduates of our program have found rewarding employment in diverse fields, including software and web usability, product development, consulting, public safety, healthcare, nuclear power, surface transportation, aviation systems and research.
- The Human Factors Program at the University of Idaho has a number of on-campus laboratory facilities in which students conduct state-of-the-art research projects.