Master of Science in Safety
The Master of Science program in OESH provides advanced academic work in occupational safety. The curriculum is designed to develop an understanding of general and specific safety and health issues relevant to work processes and the risks they impose on employees, the public, and the environment. Students will develop skills in collecting, analyzing, and presenting information relevant to the physical, chemical, biological and psychological factors which affect safety, health and productivity.
Thirty-six credits of course work is required. This includes a practicum, successful completion of an oral defense of the thesis, or designated research paper and the successful completion of a comprehensive examination. At least half of the course work must be completed with courses numbered 700 or higher.
- Construction Safety Certificate
- Occupational Ergonomics Certificate
- Application for Graduate Certificate Form
The following courses are offered online through the Department of Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health. Click a course for times when courses are offered.
- SAFETY 583: Introduction to Security (offered in Spring)
- SAFETY 650: Behavioral Aspects of Accident Prevention (offered in Fall and Summer)
- SAFETY 753: Legal Aspects in Occupational Safety (offered in Spring)
- SAFETY 757: Occupational Epidemiology (offered in Fall or Spring)
- SAFETY 783: Environmental Safety Management (offered in Fall)
- SAFETY 787: System Safety Analysis