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MS in Safety Management (30 cr.)
Students admitted to the certificate must complete at least 30 credit hours of graduate course work with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. A minimum of 20 credits must be in the Department of Applied Health Science.
Complete the following required courses. (30 credits):
Public Health Foundations Requirement (0 credits)
All new Master's degree students should complete the Public Health Foundations online course prior to registering for their first semester courses. Complete details and registration information for this course can be found at the following Website: https://iu.instructure.com/enroll/MNG3L6.
Required Safety Management Program Courses (27 credits)
Complete the following research course (3 cr.):
SPH-S 590 Introduction to Research in Safety Management (3 cr.)
Complete one of the following metrics courses (3 cr.):
SPH-S 650 Seminar in Safety Education, TOPIC: Metrics in Safety Management (3 cr.) (Recommended)
SPH-X 650 Evidence-Based Approaches to Public Health (3 cr.)
Complete each of the following safety courses (21 cr.):
SPH-S 502 Instructional Strategies for Safety Education (3 cr.)
SPH-S 513 Safety Management in Business and Industry (3 cr.)
SPH-S 514 Safety Standards for Industry and Construction (3 cr.)
SPH-S 515 Safety Performance Measures and Leadership (3 cr.)
SPH-S 552 Principles and Concepts of Workplace Safety Behavior (3 cr.)
SPH-S 610 Occupational Risk Management (3 cr.)
SPH-S 632 Safety and Health Program Design (3 cr.)
Elective Course (3 cr.)
Complete a 3 credit graduate-level elective course to be selected in consultation with the Safety Management program academic advisor, based on student career goals and interests. (3 cr.)