Human Systems Integration Certificate - Curriculum 262

Program Manager

Lawrence G. Shattuck, Ph.D.

Code OR, Glasgow Hall, Room 234

(831) 656-2473, DSN 756-2473

FAX: (831) 656-2595

Brief Overview

The Human Systems Integration Certificate program is a distance learning, graduate-level, non-degree program designed to enable acquisition professionals, program managers, engineers and scientists of the DoD to effectively implement Human Systems Integration (HSI) as required by the DoD.

Students will learn the fundamentals in applying usability assessments, modeling, optimization, and decision making to demonstrate cost-benefit trade-offs for technical, cost, and schedule modifications in systems acquisition.

The program consists of four online courses taken over a 12 month period. The course content and projects address problems of interest to the DoD.

Requirements for Entry

A baccalaureate degree with above average grades and an academic profile code of 345. Two or more pre-calculus courses with B or better average. Completion of DAU ACQ 101 and ACQ 201A.

Entry Dates

Summer quarter.

Program Length

Four quarters.

Graduate Certificate Requirements

Requirements for the certificate are met by successful completion of all four courses, in succession.

Required Courses

Course NumberTitleCreditsLecture HoursLab Hours
OA3411Introduction to Human Systems Integration



OA3412Human Systems Integration in the DoD Acquisition Lifecycle



OA3413Human Systems Integration Tools, Tradeoffs, and Processes



OA4414Human Systems Integration Case Studies and Applications