Faculty: Subhi Abderrezaq, Deborah C. Bowen, Wayne Cole, Gregory N. Green (Chairperson), Robert Lepkowski, Leslie Reed, Alvaro Taveira, Mary Wagner, Treena Ward, Craig G. Wucivic, Roger Young.
Safety Studies encompasses the study of: Accident Prevention, Health Engineering Controls, Loss Control, Environmental Regulation, and Property Protection. The course of study deals with the management of risk to enhance the health, safety, and productivity of employees and an organization's compliance with the various governmental regulations.
Driver Education Licensure is part of the Safety Studies Department curriculum. This is a Department of Public Instruction approved program which provides current or potential licensed teachers an additional certification to teach driver's education. This is not a stand alone certification/licensure.
Introduction to Safety, Behavioral Aspects of Accident Prevention,
and Alcohol and Other Drugs are useful and appropriate courses for all
students in undergraduate studies, especially those in education. Industrial
Accident Prevention is an appropriate course for students entering business
and occupational professions.
SFTY 460-251, 460-450/650, 460-455/655, 461-260, 461-461/661,
GPA Requirements for Internship and to Graduate:
To obtain an internship and graduate the student must have a minimum 2.5 GPA in the major and as an overall college average.
Writing Proficiency Requirement:
See chairperson for course(s) that satisfy this requirement.
Office - UW-Whitewater
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Last revised on March 10, 2000 by WDT