In addition to other aspects of education, such as multi-disciplinary research, students in the Ergonomics & Safety Program are able to take a variety of courses–both from the Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME EN) and from the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH) in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine (FP MD).

Mechanical Engineering (ME EN)

Mechanical Engineering courses offered include:

  • ME EN 6100—Ergonomics
  • ME EN 6110—Industrial Safety
  • ME EN 6120—Human Factors
  • ME EN 6130—Human Implications for Human/Machine Systems
  • ME EN 6140—Occupational Health and Safety Solutions
  • ME EN 6150—Product-Safety Engineering and Engineering Ethics
  • ME EN 6535—Introduction to Biomechanics
  • ME EN 6540—Biomechanics II
  • ME EN 7110—System Safety


Available Degree Programs