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Degree Offered: Bachelor of Science in occupational safety and health management.
The occupational safety and health management curriculum is designed to fulﬁll the undergraduate educational requirements of those wishing to enter the professional safety field. Considerable federal and state legislation enacted during the past half century has ﬁrmly established safety as a fundamental goal for improving the quality of work life in this country. Occupationally related injuries and illnesses are extensive and profoundly affect every element of our society. The demand for competent, fully qualiﬁed safety professionals to assume positions within government, industry, and community agencies is increasing.
Grand Valley’s B.S in occupational safety and health management degree is structured to provide students with the proper balance of safety management and scientiﬁc training required in the ﬁeld. The program prepares graduates for careers in both the private and public sectors.
The B.S. in occupational safety and health management degree is a secondary admission program. Because many of the occupational safety and health courses serve students in other majors or minors (as elective credit) students wishing to take particular OSH courses should seek instructor approval. The following courses are not open to non-OSH majors: OSH 390, OSH 416, OSH 440, OSH 490, or OSH 495.
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The following programs are available:
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health Management
Occupational Safety and Health Minor