Human Factors Psychology (M.A.)

Human Factors Psychology (M.A.)

Master degree
24 months
Application deadlines: January 15
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $60
Intakes: Spring
International tuition: $24,000
Domestic tuition: $24,000

Program overview

The Master of Arts in Human Factors Program is designed to prepare students for positions in applied psychological research settings in several particular areas. All students will acquire training in experimental design and quantitative methods. Additionally, in the first year, students are exposed through research seminars to the work of the applied experimental faculty members and graduate students, and to research in nearby academic and nonacademic laboratories. Each student selects a minor area of concentration and conducts research within that area. Current minors are Engineering Psychology, Applied Cognitive Science, and Methodology.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



32 credit hours M.A. Thesis Comprehensive Examination Minor selection in one of the following areas: Engineering Psychology, Applied Cognitive Science, and Methodology. 6 credit hours in the area of concentration.

Career opportunities

The Catholic University of America offers graduate students a wide variety of funding, teaching assistantships, on-campus employment, and research opportunities. Please contact the department of your interest and ask about funding and teaching opportunities.

Campus location

Washington , United States

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