Undergraduate Bulletin

DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY STUDIES

Faculty: Deborah C. Bowen, William Gooding, Gregory N. Green, Frederick C. Hoffmeister, Keith D. Lohman, Albert Mims, Vay A. Rodman, Jerome W. Witherill (Chairperson), Craig G. Wucivic.

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.

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.

DRIVER EDUCATION LICENSURE - 15 - 17 credits

Licensed elementary, junior high, or secondary school teachers in any subject area can become licensed to teach driver education if they complete these courses:

SFTY 460-251, 460-450/650, 460-455/655, 461-260, 461-461/661, 461-464.


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