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DESIGN & ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
DEA 6700: ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS I - APPLIED ERGONOMICS METHODS
Instructor: Alan Hedge, E206 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 12:00-2:00 pm or by appointment
T.A.: Suzanne Schechtman, 409 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall,
Office Hours: By appointment.
Credit: 4 units
Room: VW 155 + TBA (1 hour)
Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:55pm - 4:10pm
Stanton, N. et al. (eds.) Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods, CRC Press, 2004.
Any additional materials for class will be provided as required.
This course extends the breadth and depth of coverage of DEA 4700 through advanced project work.
This course aims to develop the student's ability to apply knowledge of human factors and ergonomics to the analysis and solution of real-world projects. Upon completion of this course the student should:
The course meets for DEA 4700 classes and once each week for an additional hour. This time will be used for a combination of seminar presentation by students, discussion, and review work. Projects will be assigned. Assessment of course performance will be based on performance in DEA 4700, class participation and a semester project report.
Further guidance will be given in class.
The following grading scheme will be used. Your performance will be assessed relative to the course objectives and to your peers.
75% DEA 4700 grade (assessed as specified in DEA 4700 syllabus)
25% DEA 6700 Semester Project
Review the DEA4700 syllabus
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