U-M’s Integrative Systems + Design program is offering a July/August short course on Human Factors Engineering. Taught by 13 human factors experts, the course provides experience and training in usability testing, user-centered design, and user interface evaluation pertinent to a wide range of industries.

The program is available July 24-29 and July 31-August 4. Registrants can sign up for one or both weeks. Programs consist of 14 seminars and workshops, all while networking with colleagues from a wide range of industries.

U-M has been offering the program for 57 years now, and with the continued emergence of new user-computer interfaces, automated transportation, etc., we feel it’s never been more relevant!

More information on the course can be found here.