The environmental, safety and occupational health management program is designed and taught around the following five program outcomes that were developed in an effort to ensure the highest quality graduates from the program. These five outcomes are supported by the learning outcomes from all the courses that students take in the program.
1. Science Knowledge - Apply scientific and mathematical concepts to anticipate and recognize health risks in the workplace and potential impacts upon the environment.
2. Data Acquisition and Use - Use techniques, skills and modern scientific instrumentation to measure, analyze, and/or interpret environmental, safety, occupational and public health risks (as individuals or members of multi-disciplinary teams.)
3. Application of Regulations - Interpret and apply environmental, safety, occupational and public health laws and regulations at a reporting level.
4. Communication - Communicate technical environmental, safety, occupational and public health risk information to business, regulatory, media and community audiences, demonstrating knowledge of contemporary issues.
5. Life-long Learning - Demonstrate life-long learning by analyzing emerging problems and participate in societal policy makings that address domestic and global environmental, safety, occupational and public health issues.