MS in ESH Degree Requirements

The MS in Environmental Safety and Health requires thirty (30) units of course work which includes the successful completion of SAFETY 789, and the capstone research paper required in that course.  At least 18 units must be completed in 700-level courses.  Most MS ESH courses are delivered in sequential 8-week class sessions. Students completing all courses in a timely fashion should be able to conclude their studies in about two years.

Required Courses (27 Units)

SAFETY 701 RESEARCH METHODS

SAFETY 712 DISASTER PLANNING AND RESPONSE

SAFETY 753 ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY & HEALTH LAW

SAFETY 757 PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY

SAFETY 779 ADVANCED TOPICS IN INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

SAFETY 783 ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT

SAFETY 784 ADVANCED ERGONOMICS

SAFETY 787 SYSTEM SAFETY ANALYSIS

SAFETY 789 READINGS AND RESEARCH IN SAFETY

Elective Courses (3 units)

SAFETY 583 INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY

SAFETY 650 BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION

SAFETY 790 WORKSHOP

SAFETY 796 SPECIAL STUDIES

SAFETY 798 INDIVIDUAL STUDIES IN SAFETY

MANGEMNT 751 STAFFING AND EVALUATION

MANGEMNT 753 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

MANGEMNT 760 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

For course descriptions visit the MS ESH Courses page.