Our Programs

The Department of Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering is the only academic unit, nationally, to share programs in these disciplines. Our programs are human-centered and focused on improving today's complex human-technical systems.

Our Programs Among Best in Nation

U.S. News & World Report has ranked Wright State University’s online graduate programs in education, engineering and business as among the best in the nation in 2016!


The Industrial and Human Factors Engineering program offered by the College of Engineering and Computer Science was ranked 41th among 83 schools, topping both the University of Arizona and the University of Florida.

Dr. Subashini Ganapathy: Outstanding Engineers and Scientists Award



Congratulations to Dr. Ganapathy for winning the Outstanding Engineers and Scientists Award!

Dr. Nasser Kashou winner of the International Advocate Award


Congratulations to Dr. Kashou for winning the International Advocate Award!

Dr. Pratik Parikh: Outstanding Faculty Award

Congratulations to Dr. Pratik Parikh for being awarded the Outstanding Faculty Award!

Outstanding Senior Design Team


DMAX: Man-Machine Value Added Work Structure: Khalid Abdulrahman Alassaf, Abdullah Aljazzaf, Adam Tokarsky and Ali Zaman. Advisor: Dr. Parikh


Dr. Cao is Investigating How to Improve the Use of Surgical Robotics.


Wright State University researchers are among 20 teams of researchers from Ohio universities that will participate in a state training opportunity designed to foster research commercialization and entrepreneurship.




U.S. News ranks Wright State online programs among best for 2017

Wright State University’s online graduate programs in education and business were ranked among the best in the nation for 2017.
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An inspirational start

Emma Stempfley's mother and father both inspired the first-year Wright State student to study biomedical engineering.
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Wright State’s Caroline Cao awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholar fellowship to work in Vietnam

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao will spend the spring semester at the International University of Vietnam National Universities as a Fulbright Scholar fellow.
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Wright State Research Institute chosen to lead $3.4 million project for AFRL

Wright State Research Institute will lead a public-private collaborative effort to develop a next-generation live, virtual and constructive training system.
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