Certificate in Human Systems Integration
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences (GSOIS)
Program Length: 1 Year
Human Systems Integration (HSI) acknowledges that the human is a critical component in any complex system. It is an interdisciplinary approach that makes explicit the underlying tradeoffs across the HSI domains (and, in particular, manpower, personnel, training, and human factors engineering) to optimize total system performance within the constraints of cost, schedule, and risk.
This program will challenge students to examine how best to integrate human considerations into all phases of the lifecycle of a complex system.
Students will be able to participate in the lifecycle acquisition process as HSI practitioners. They will be able to evaluate system acquisition programs for HSI compliance. Students will also be able to conduct tradeoff analyses by assessing the contributions of manpower, personnel, training, human factors engineering, environment, safety, survivability, habitability, and health hazards with respect to cost, schedule, risk, and performance.
The following distance learning delivery method(s) may be used for this program:
NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS!
Master of Human Systems Integration (359) and Human Systems Integration Certificate (262)
The Naval Postgraduate School is pleased to announce open registration for the nation's premier distance learning Master of Human Systems Integration (HSI) degree program and the Human Systems Integration Certificate program. Both programs are open to all federal government employees (military and civilian) and defense contractor employees (on a space available basis).
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The following are eligible for this program:
- US Military Officers
- US Government Civilians (GS)
- Enlisted Personnel
- DoD Contractors
- International Students**
**International Students: Ensure that you read and understand the eligibility requirements and application process.
- Baccalaureate Degree
- GPA of 2.2 or better
- One lower level calculus course with C or better
- Waivers may be considered
- DAU equivalencies:
- ACQ 101
- ACQ 201A
$2000 per student/course.
The Human Systems Integration program allows a small number of defense contractors into the program. Tuition for defense contractors accepted into the HSI Certificate program is $2200 per student/course.
Please refer to the Tuition and Acknowledgement Letter for more information. The letter must be filled out, signed, and sent back to the HSI program (directions to do this are on the letter).