If you'd like to study ergonomics and human factors at postgraduate degree level, you have a number of options. Here's a list of Masters courses in ergonomics and human factors currently accredited by the CIEHF. We call them 'Qualifying Courses' as graduation from any of them means you qualify for Graduate Membership!
Follow the links to find out more from the universities' own websites.
Ergonomics & Human Factors
This MSc course will develop your understanding of the field across a range of sectors, examining how best to ensure a good fit between people, their actions, the objects they use and the environments which they occupy.
Human Factors & Ergonomics
If you're interested in people, technology and design, these two MSc courses aim to equip you with the knowledge and skills required to design products, jobs and environments from the human perspective.
Ergonomics & Human Factors
This MSc course is suited to practitioners from around the world and from a wide range of disciplines such as design, health and safety, healthcare, computing, engineering, architecture and more.
Patient Safety & Clinical Human Factors
This MSc course aims to support any graduate healthcare professionals in using evidence-based tools and techniques to improve the reliability and safety of everyday healthcare systems and processes.
Safety & Human Factors in Aviation
This MSc course synthesises the study of human factors with the study of safety and safety assessment, creating a powerful combination to really add-on value in applied aviation and safety critical contexts.
Human Factors and Ergonomics
This collaborative MSc across five NZ universities and Derby University, UK, covers fundamental human factors concepts relevant to disciplines including health & safety, healthcare, engineering, design and psychology.
If you've already graduated from any of the accredited courses above, or from any of our previously accredited courses, you're eligible for Graduate Membership of the CIEHF!
A bit too much to commit to?
Talk to the providers of the MSc courses, to see if a PG Certificate or a PG Diploma might be an option for you. (Please note that PG Certs are not Qualifying Courses so do not give eligibility for Graduate Membership.)
Check our accredited PG Cert below.
If you want to test the water with human factors, we've also accredited a number of training courses that you might find useful. Why not take a look?
Interested in accreditation?
If you run a human factors degree course and would like to attract more students, think about CIEHF accreditation. We're the only professional membership body dedicated to ergonomics and human factors in the UK and our stamp of quality is highly respected.