Master of Sciences in Safety Management
The Highest Standards in Public Health Education Within Your Reach
Protecting America's workforce, the general public, and the environment from injury in today's age of technological and scientific advancement has become one of the most challenging and rewarding career fields available. A Master of Science in Applied Health Science in Safety Management prepares students to respond to the needs of employees and the public, to analyze hazardous situations, and to research and apply government regulations. Safety managers recognize risk and design methods to control hazards with management skills and techniques needed to assure safety for all.
* Electives (9-12 cr.) Select in consultation with the academic advisor.
Program of Study
The M.S. in Applied Health Science with a major in Safety Management provides the opportunity to earn an advanced degree within a two-year period by completing 30 credit hours of coursework. This is a non-thesis degree.
You have worked hard on your degree or certificate. You are cordially invited to come to Bloomington to be a part of the IU Ceremony and attend the special reception hosted by the Dean of the School of Public Health-Bloomington.
For more information about this program, please contact:
Dr. Kevin Slates
School of Public Health Office of Online Education
(812) 855 -6812