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1 Human Factors/Ergonomics (minor) (Interdisciplinary Graduate Program)
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University of Minnesota United States-USA Minneapolis 2014-12-12
Human Factors and Ergonomics are the study of how to create things and processes that effectively support people in their work and living activities. They are essential considerations in making technological systems safe, effective, easy and enjoyable to use.
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