Engineering Economics . A undergraduate level core class for all disciplines of engineering designed to bring together the methods of economic evaluation of engineering projects including, time value of money, equivalence, cost estimation, selection of alternatives, depreciation, taxes, inflation and capitol budgeting.

Human Performance/Ergonomics. A graduate level compressed course taught in Germany and Panama as a sub-contract that provides an introductory overview of concepts in physiology, anthropometry, biomechanics and human factors for job design and evaluation

Introduction to Human Factors andErgonomics. A core undergraduate level class designed as an introductory overview to the core concepts of physiology, anthropometry, biomechanics and human factors related to job design and evaluation.

Lean Systems. A graduate level elective class designed to bring together the core aspects of industrial engineering into a single system with consideration of the entire business model. Class is taught based on World Class Manufacturing paradigms.

Management of Human Systems. A core graduate level class designed to introduce individuals to the effects of the environment on human sensory, motor, and information processes. Topics include heat, noise, light, vibration, sleep loss, illness, work load, work durations, work-rest scheduling, etc.

Research Methods. A doctoral level elective class designed to teach the fundamentals of research from the literature review and design of the primary objective question to data collection and controls to final interpretation of findings.

Techniques in theWorkplace. A core gradutate level class designed to gain an understanding of how one can approach/evaluate an area/facility/department based on human factors & ergonomics for the purpose of developing proposals to improve safety, efficiency, and/or worker satisfaction.