Occupational Safety and Health Management

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The Bachelor of Science program in Occupational Safety and Health Management is perfect for students interested in managing a safe workplace that is in compliance with OSHA standards. Coursework includes: hazard control technology, fire safety, industrial ergonomics, safety management, systems safety, industrial hygiene, and hazardous materials technology.

This ATMAE-accredited program is recognized by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, and graduates are immediately eligible for designation as a Graduate Safety Professional, the first step in becoming a Certified Safety Professional.

Potential Careers

  • Safety Engineer
  • Environmental Specialist
  • Industrial Hygienist
  • Industrial Risk Manager
  • Safety and Health Director
  • OSHA Compliance Officer
  • Construction Safety Supervisor
  • Safety Trainer
  • Safety Consultant

Median Annual Salary

Safety Engineer $89,130
Environmental Specialist $87,620
Industrial Hygienist $70,210
OSHA Compliance Officer $68,860
Construction Safety Manager $93,370

*Median annual salaries are from The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Course Information

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The Bachelor of Science program in Occupational Safety and Health Management is accredited by ATMAE.

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