Philosophy of Design Education From its inception, the WSU Human Factors doctoral program was designed to include an emphasis on basic methodology intrinsic to the behavioral sciences, along with a strong foundation in areas fundamental to psychology. In many ways the early stages of our training are modeled on traditional programs in experimental psychology, but this is only the foundation on which the academic curriculum, research practice, and realistic experience are constructed. These educational experiences provide the student with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in the workplace. Our curriculum includes the requirement that each student be actively…
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