Occupational Health and Safety

Program Description

The Non-Thesis Master’s Program in Occupational Health and Safety aims to graduate students equipped with knowledge and skills that encompass fundamental concepts and applications in occupational health and safety, including international examples.

Our students are equipped with the knowledge and skills to minimize workplace accidents and occupational diseases in the enterprises where they will serve. In contrast to similar programs, the courses are taught by faculty members who have field experience, at least a doctoral degree, and expertise in the field. Faculty members hold occupational safety specialist or workplace health and safety specialist training certificates. Our students prepare for the doctoral program through their academic work and publications, and our program adopts a student-centered, industry-focused, and interdisciplinary education model.

Graduates of the Non-Thesis Occupational Health and Safety Master’s Program have the right to directly take the B-Class Occupational Safety Specialist exam and serve as occupational safety specialists in hazardous and less hazardous public and private sector workplaces.

Program Structure

The Non-Thesis Master’s Program in Occupational Health and Safety consists of a total of 30 credits, including 10 courses and a term project. The term project is non-credit and is graded as either successful or unsuccessful. The duration of the non-thesis master’s program is a minimum of two and a maximum of three semesters. Duration calculations do not take the scientific preparation program into account. Periods during which the student does not register are included in the maximum duration.

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