The Tufts’ Human Factors Engineering Program is focused on improving human interaction with systems, machines, software, and other people so that they will perform better, be safer, and improve user satisfaction. The program helps students develop an understanding of human cognition, ergonomics, and product design. The program is suited for a range of career objectives from User Research to Product Design. (For more information about possible careers, see the Career Info page).
You can find some more info about possible courses/paths inside this document which was developed by Professor Wiklund: Tufts_HFE Professional Roles _2019b Smaller
You can find complete details about this program here:
Contact the faculty coordinator for more information:
Dr. James Intriligator (Mechanical Engineering)