This specialist MSc in Human Factors in Aviation is informed by the academic and professional disciplines of Ergonomics, Human Factors and Psychology. The course aims to provide a thorough introduction to the field of human factors, and its application in an aviation context.
- The human element is vital to the safe and efficient operation of all aspects of the aviation industry. As our understanding of the impact of human behaviour on system and individual performance has increased, the importance of the field of human factors within the aviation industry has grown significantly....
With a wide range of courses to choose from, be it engineering, health studies, design, law and more, Coventry University has a degree to suit your ambitions. Not just the courses, we have a selection of locations too, be it in the city, the capital or the coast.
With two main campuses in Coventry and London and flexible learning through our CU campuses across Coventry, London and Scarborough, there's a course and location to suit a variety of needs. Coventry University and CU Coventry also provide guaranteed accommodation for students accepted through Clearing, s...
Unfortunately, we're unable to gather entry requirement information for this course. Click here to discover what grades are required to study Human Factors in Aviation.
Find this universityPriory Street