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UW-Madison Industrial and Systems Engineering Courses

This course is designed to teach students how to identify, analyze and control occupational safety and health hazards.

This course is designed to teach students concepts of sociotechnical system design and analysis, with special focus on functional allocation, macroergonomics, and technology implementation.

This course is designed to teach students about how the concept of quality is approached in healthcare from both clinical and engineering perspectives. It is team taught by two industrial engineering faculty and two physician professors.

UW-Madison Industrial and Systems Engineering Graduate Special Topics Courses

  • ISyE 854: Violation and workaround behavior

This course is designed to teach students concepts of sociotechnical system design and analysis, with special focus on functional allocation, macroergonomics, and technology implementation.

  • ISyE 854: Theories of Safety

This is a graduate seminar in which students read and discuss theoretical and empirical papers that provide a theoretical understand of safety. Topics vary each time the course is taught, but typically include attribution theory, organizational culture, signal detection, situation awareness, decision making theories and risk assessment theories.

  • ISyE 859: Theories of Technology Implementation Strategies

This is a graduate seminar in which students read and discuss theoretical and empirical papers related to technology implementation, technology acceptance and technology use.

  • ISyE 859: Multilevel ergonomics

This is a graduate seminar in which students read and discuss theoretical and methodological papers on cross-level and multilevel research and then explore ergonomic and human factors concepts from cross-level and multilevel perspectives.

  • ISyE 859: Patient Safety

This is a graduate seminar in which students read and discuss empirical papers on patient safety. Specific focal topics vary.

  • ISyE 961: Everything you wanted to know about becoming an assistant professor but were afraid to ask or didn't know.

This is a PhD seminar for students around campus during which we discuss a range of topics relevant to success as an assistant professor. Topics include authorship models, mentoring models, lab set up, student selection, publication strategy, grant writing, understanding funding agencies, negotiating start-up packages, and service strategies.   

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