Selection: Higher education credits in science and engineering (maximum 240 credits)
17 October 2022 – 7 November 2022
Entry requirements: 120 credits with 60 credits in computer science/engineering/information systems including an introductory course in human-computer interaction. Proficiency in English equivalent to the Swedish upper secondary course English 6.
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Application fee: SEK 900
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About the course
This course is about humans in complex systems. You will learn about cognitive work analysis (CWA) - how to make different kind of analyses with the purpose to reach design solutions that support workers in different contexts. You will see examples from application domains as nuclear power plants, paper industry, traffic control and train-cabs, high-speed ferries etc. You will also learn about the human factor (HF) as a safety component - how to conduct accident analyses of real accidents and incidents. Last, you will learn about human decision making (HDM), which can be considered the basis for a good understanding of why you want to conduct cognitive work analysis the way you will learn about it in this course.