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Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety & Health - Fire Science

The Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health degree program provides students with a flexible, relevant and current curriculum that includes opportunities for students to demonstrate a depth and breadth of knowledge in safety and health theory and technology necessary to function at the safety and health professional level in industry.

CSU’s occupational safety and health degree programs meet the educational requirements mandated by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals for the Associate Safety Professional designation (ASP) and the Certified Safety Professional designation (CSP).

Upon completion of the program, students should be able to do the following:

  1. Apply safety and health related theory and technology.
  2. Analyze workplaces to identify occupational hazards.
  3. Formulate solutions to control occupational hazards.
  4. Develop team-based approaches to minimize occupational hazards.

Fire Science Concentration

Provides occupational safety and health students with specialized curricula focused on fire-related theory and technology applicable for individuals who work or plan to work in fields or industries requiring specialized knowledge in fire-related hazards and prevention methods.

Waldorf University, an affiliated institution, also offers Occupational Safety programs. Visit www.waldorf.edu to learn more.

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Estimated time of completion of this program is 5 years.

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