Contribute meaningful work to multiple fields of psychology while you explore and apply scientific methods to human development, social interactions, and behavioral relationships in an experimental psychology master's degree targeted toward your career aspirations.
This program examines the capabilities and limitations to sense, perceive, store, and process information and how these human factors impact human interactions with technology. Students in the program take courses related to human-computer interaction, systems safety, statistics and research methods. These supplement core courses in Perception and Cognition covering core human capacities of interest in the design, implementation, and assessment of technology.
Program job titles reported
Research Associate; User Experience Researcher; Data Analyst; Japanese Language Instructor; Human Factors Specialist
Select program hiring partners
Nationwide Children's Hospital; State Farm; Rochester Institute of Technology; Cerence; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute; Embergo
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Cooperative education, or co-op for short, is full-time, paid work experience in your field of study. And it sets RIT graduates apart from their competitors. It’s exposure–early and often–to a variety of professional work environments, career paths, and industries. RIT co-op is designed for your success.
The program includes an optional cooperative education component. Co-op is generally completed in the summer after the first year of the program. The co-op experience provides experiential learning that integrates with classroom education and allows students to apply psychological principles to problems in a variety of work environments. Co-op may be completed in any business or industrial setting.