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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.

News

Wright State engineering students install X-ray system at a hospital in the African nation of Malawi

Wright State engineering students returned to Malawi to build a digital X-ray system, equip an X-ray room and train personnel at a hospital.
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Electric moment

Wright State grad student Shashank Reddy Goli charging full speed ahead at Tesla
Shashank Reddy Goli, a graduate student studying industrial and human factors engineering at Wright State, is spending the summer interning at Tesla's manufacturing facility in California.
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Biomedical engineering students create automatic toothbrush for those unable to use their hands

Biomedical engineering students won the College of Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Showcase for their creation of an automatic toothbrush.
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Leading the way

Wright State associate professor Pratik Parikh led Dayton-Cincinnati engineering organization to a Gold Award in 2016
Pratik Parikh, associate professor in the Department of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, led a revival of the local Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers chapter.
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