University of Idaho

Experimental Psychology/Emphasis in Human Factors

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The M.S. in psychology with an emphasis in human factors is designed to prepare students for the workplace or for pursuit of the Ph.D in experimental psychology. Our program provides students a broad base of coursework covering human performance principles derived from experimental psychology and physiology, with particular emphasis on cognition, perception, and motor control. The focus is on applying psychology to solve problems in human-machine interface design and evaluation.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Todd Thorsteinson
Professor and Chair
Psychology and Communication Studies
(208) 885-4944

Degrees Available