DEA 2900

DEA 2900

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2017-2018.

This course serves as an introduction to human factors and the basics of inclusive, human-centered design.  Individual variability requires different design solutions, and we will evaluate, model, and apply methods to support the needs of a wide variety of individuals. Students will work with researchers and student groups locally, and other universities nationally and internationally for project work.

When Offered Fall.

  • Comprehend disciplines and fields: Students will be able to relate cognitive and physical human factors methods to inclusive designs of products and spaces.
  • Think critically: Students will be able to identify, evaluate, plan, and execute projects relating to inclusive design and special populations.
  • Innovate in research, design, or practice: Students will be able to create new designs utilizing human factors systems-modeling approaches.
  • Write, speak, and use visual communication effectively: Students will be able to explain and justify their project outcome through oral presentations, written reports or both to a variety of stakeholders.

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  • 3 Credits Stdnt Opt

  • 16472DEA 2900  LEC 001