A multidisciplinary group of faculty and courses aim to enhance the workplace in terms of safety, process and product quality, and the quality of work life. The program takes a systems approach to human-centered design, and is rooted in the most current safety theories and practices. To better understand and optimize human well-being and overall system performance in the workplace, the program integrates concepts from psychology, engineering, and the health sciences and safety.
- Ergonomic Consulting
- Health and Safety Management
- Human Factors Consulting
- Risk Analysis
- Safety Consulting
Students can participate in research opportunities in selected areas of environmental and radiological health sciences to independently study, or investigate, a specific topic or topics under the guidance of a faculty member with expertise in that area.
Application Information and Deadlines
Interested applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be considered for this program. The Graduate Record Exam is required (the Medical College Admission Test is also accepted).
To apply, complete the Online Graduate Application via the Graduate School.
|February 1||Priority Consideration Deadline (for Domestic Applicants)|
|May 1||Fall Application Deadline (for International Applicants)|
|July 1||Fall Application Deadline (for Domestic Applicants)|
|September 1||Spring Application Deadline (for International Applicants)|
|November 1||Spring Application Deadline (for Domestic Applicants)|
Have questions about the program, minimum requirements, application process, or tuition and financial aid? Fill out the contact form to get in touch with our program staff.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Students may qualify for financial support, including tuition, stipends, as well as funding for research and travel from the Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center for one to three years. Graduate research assistantships are also available on a competitive basis to qualified students.
Visit the Office of Financial Aid to apply for financial aid opportunities like scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment, understand tuition, fees, and the billing process, establish residency, and find other financial aid resources.