Online Environmental Safety and Health Management Program
Are you. . .
- A working professional or recent college graduate?
- A decision-maker in your organization?
- Policy-oriented and analytical?
- In need of online classes to fit your schedule?
- Climbing up another rung on the environmental career ladder?
Hundreds of UF graduates are using their masters degree to, not only improve their knowledge, but also obtain promotions or new jobs in the field of environmental, safety and occupational health.
Click the image below to hear from 2010 graduate, Rick Puckett.
Our graduate-level classes prepare students for leadership positions in the environmental industry. We provide an enhanced knowledge of science, engineering, environmental policy and business concepts.
These skills can lead you to a management position in the environmental safety field. Enjoy a rich curriculum with an emphasis on five crucial knowledge areas:
Business knowledge;- executive, strategic and operations concepts
Analytical skills - mathematics, computer applications and online tools needed to assess and interpret data
Managerial skills - leadership skills needed to address environmental safety and health issues among employees, organizations, communities and nations
Technical knowledge - environmental policy and compliance, risk reduction and hazard management systems
Integrative skills - combines the above skills into effective action, presentation and leadership
Classes are offered in 8 week blocks completely online
- Block I begins in January
- Block II begins in March
- Block I begins in May
- Block II begins in June
- Block I begins in August
- Block II begins in October
Click on the image above to browse through more information on the masters of environmental, safety and health management program.
The University of Findlay master's degree program in environmental, safety and health management is accredited by the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC). Graduation from an accredited program is a requirement to enter the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. Ours is one of just seven programs in the United States with this accreditation.