Master of Science in Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety
Anna Maria's Master of Science in Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety provides students with a solid foundation for managing health and safety concerns in the workplace. It also helps students prepare for more specialized careers in environmental health, industrial hygiene, or occupational hazard and risk management. These programs are designed for professionals working in the field of health and safety who want to expand their knowledge base while continuing to work full time. They also are ideal for individuals looking to enter the health and safety field.
To earn a master's degree, students must complete five required courses, eight elective courses, and presentation of acceptable written thesis. This work is in addition to any other School of Graduate Studies requirements.
Ethical Theory (Division of Graduate Studies requirement)
Principles of Occupational Health and Safety
Environmental and Occupational Toxicology
Quantitative Methods and Problem-Solving Techniques
Ethical Theory (School of Graduate Studies requirement)
Anna Maria offers a wide range of elective courses in Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety, including:
Water Quality Management
Loss Control and Injury Prevention
Management of Biohazards
Cancer, the Environment and the Workplace
For more information about Anna Maria College's graduate program in Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety, including course details and admission requirements, please contact:
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