Master of Science in Occupational Safety & Health

CSU's Master of Science in Occupational Safety and Health is designed for mid-career professionals who seek to expand their management options. Prospects for employment and advancement in these fields are excellent. In the public and private sector, awareness of the need and benefits of environmental health protection and requirements for occupational safety are keen and increasing.

Employers include industry, academic institutions and health and regulatory agencies at the local, state or federal level. Work as an environmental health or safety consultant to private industry or public groups is open to graduates as are special career opportunities in programs with the U.S. Public Health Service and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Board of Certified Safety Professionals will recognize CSU degrees for the application process under both the Associate Safety Professional certification and the Certified Safety Professional certification.

Estimated time of completion of this program is three years.

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Graduates will successfully complete 37 semester hours outlined below
Semester Hours
Core Courses 25
Concentration Courses 12
Total 37
Master of Science in Occupational Safety and Health Requirements 25
LSS 5100 - Learning Strategies for Success 1
MOS 5101 - Safety and Accident Prevention 3
MOS 5201 - Safety Engineering 3
MHR 6551 - Training and Development 3
MOS 6701 - Advanced Ergonomics 3
MBA 5652 - Research Methods 3
MOS 6301 - Advanced Industrial Hygiene 3
MOS 5301 - Fire Protection Technology 3
MOS 5425 - Advanced Toxicology 3
Concentration Courses - Occupational Safety & Health 12
MOS 5525 - ISO 14000 3
MBA 6301 - Business Ethics 3
MOS 6625 - System Safety Engineering 3
MOS 6801 - Emergency Management 3
Total 37 Semester Hours

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