INSY 6010 SAFETY ENGINEERING I.
Occupational safety engineering and management with emphasis on control of hazardous materials, fire prevention, safety considerations in production facility design and maintenance, and operation of effective safety programs.
INSY 7020 SAFETY ENGINEERING II.
Systems safety analysis techniques including human error and reliability, fault trees, and cost benefit analysis.
INSY 8010 ADVANCED SAFETY ENGINEERING.
Topics of current interest in occupational safety research are reviewed. Occupational safety research methodology and research priorities are evaluated.
INSY 7060 ERGONOMICS I.
Overview of the human body systems and evaluation of the physiological response of the human body to occupational activities with emphasis on task design.
INSY 7070 ERGONOMICS II.
Use of biomechanics in the evaluation and design of work activities. Emphasis is placed on biomechanical modeling, manual materials handling, tool design, and repetitive motion trauma.
INSY 8060 ADVANCED ERGONOMICS.
Topics of current interest in occupational ergonomics and human factors research are reviewed. Occupational ergonomics and human factors research methodology and research priorities are evaluated.
INSY 7050 FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE.
Introduction to the basic concepts of industrial hygiene with emphasis on the industrial hygiene/safety interface and on the evaluation and control of noise and vibration stress.
INSY 7080 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING.
Examination of human factors, ergonomics and safety research methodologies. Emphasis is on human information input, output and control processes with the objective of optimizing integration of the human into simple and complex systems.
INSY 7970 RESEARCH METHODS FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, ERGONOMICS, AND INJURY PREVENTION.
To introduce students to contemporary and developmental research methods in occupational safety, ergonomics, and injury prevention with emphasis on the public health model as applied to occupational injury prevention and epidemiology.
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INSY 7190 OSE/IP FORUM & PRACTICUM
Special topics courses of a graduate nature pertinent to industrial and systems engineering. Specific prerequisites will be determined and announced for each offering.
INSY 3020 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS.
Basic principles of occupational safety engineering and ergonomics in the evaluation and design of occupational work areas and processes that include human operators.
INSY 3021 METHODS ENGINEERING, WORK MEASUREMENT & ERGONOMICS LAB.
Develops the student's ability to design workplaces and methods while providing and understanding of the work measurement process. Enables students to generate much of the basic methods data utilized in most industrial engineering projects.
We are interested in having our OSE/IP students receive as much exposure in areas outside our department which support their interests and research needs. Typical courses our students have historically taken include:Business, Chemical Engineering, Foundations of Education, Industrial Design, Psychology, Statistics.