Department of Occupational Safety and Health

 The Department of Occupational Safety and Health provides curriculum options which include a Bachelor of Science in the area of occupational safety and health (safety and environmental tracks); Master of Science in occupational safety and health with concentrations in safety management, industrial hygiene, and environmental, including an online program with a concentration in safety management; a technical minor in occupational safety and health; and a certificate in emergency management.

These programs are accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission of ABET (ANSAC/ABET),

The degree programs  provide the technical and professional knowledge required by individuals pursuing careers in safety management, occupational health, industrial hygiene, loss/risk control management, ergonomics, emergency planning and response, and environmental safety and health. Our graduates are academically prepared to pursue advanced degrees in higher education.
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The following details recent enrollment and graduation figures for the Bachelor and Master of Science degree programs in occupational safety and health. Click the arrow for more information.





Fall 2019





Academic Year (Aug./Dec./May)       B.S.          M.S.    
2018-2019 73 28