Associate of Science Degree in Occupational Safety & Health
The Associate 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 technician 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:
- Apply safety and health related theory and technology to real world situations.
- Explain basic workplace hazard analysis and control technologies and processes.
- Identify laws, regulations, and standards that apply to the field of occupational safety and health.
- Examine the role of the safety and health technician within the organization and industry.
Estimated time of completion of this program is three years.
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|Graduates will successfully complete 60 semester hours outlined below
|General Educational Requirements
Students may select electives from courses not used to meet other requirements. Each student is encouraged to speak with his or her Academic Advisor for more information.
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