Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being

Engineering Psychology

Engineering psychology uses scientific knowledge about the perceptual, cognitive, and behavioral capabilities of humans to specify the design and use of human-machine systems (such as equipment, environments, tasks, jobs, and systems) for productive, safe, comfortable, and effective human use. In this course, you’ll learn about the capabilities and limitations of humans and how this knowledge informs engineering design principles of displays, controls, physical environments, human error, and automation.

Healthcare Management Practicum

Students are selected from the previous two semesters from MGT 3662 - Management in the Healthcare Sector and invited to register and participate. The course is considered a lab course, a 3-credit hour course with classroom instruction only one-hour per week, with the lab being in the three hospitals of Children's and physician offices for observations and interviews.

Global Entrepreneurship

In this course, you will be a part of an international team, with students spanning our Atlanta, GT Shenzhen, and GT Lorraine campuses. Your global team will work to innovate customer segments and new solutions to some of the thorniest global challenges as framed by the UN SDGs. Each team will choose a goal (or goals) and set of relevant targets and indicators to focus their work on. This course will provide you with real-world, hands-on learning on what it’s like to create a global startup focused on a grand challenge.

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