ISE 3810 Ergonomics and Workstation Design: This course covers an introduction of industrial ergonomics and human factors, including the human system and human/computer interaction, with an emphasis on design of workstations. Students will apply the tools and principles learned during the semester toward the development of a human factor research proposal.

ISE 4001/7001 Human-Computer Interaction: This course covers the study of empirical research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Students learn the different aspects of the design and evaluation of visual displays, human reliability, and empirical methods in HCI research.

ISE 4810/7810 Cognitive Ergonomics and Decision Making: This course covers the study of particular emphasis on the analysis of cognitive processes, including the cognitive information processing, mental workload, visual, auditory, and environmental aspects of human performance.

ISE 8110 Engineering Experimentation:  This course covers applications of advanced statistical methods for the analysis of engineering design and experimental problems, building and using performance models to study properties of the operation and to enhance system performance.

ISE 8810 Human Factors and Ergonomics for Engineers: This course covers different aspects of human factors & ergonomics from a practical and application-oriented perspective, including time & motion study, situation awareness, manual work design, systems safety, an interactive, real-time simulation, eye tracking technology, and human-in-the-loop experiment. Students will also learn how to develop, use, and validate behavior models of human performance.