environmental, Safety & Occupational Health Management degree

What can you do with an environmental safety degree? 


An environmental, safety & occupational health management degree from UF can help you: 

  • Create healthier workplaces and communities
  • Practice the principles of sustainable development
  • Train communities in emergency response and disaster planning
  • Earn an average starting salary of $50,000 annually (Our graduates have 100 percent job placement.)

Alumni success

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UF student interning at Marathon Petroleum Corp.
As a student in our program you will:

Student testimonials

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Nearly 30-years of environmental experience!​

Starting in 1986, UF created the first hazardous waste management program, and it remains the best program internationally. The environmental, safety and occupational health management program continually develops and adapts to changing issues in the field of environmental science.

UF's environmental, safety and occupational health management program combines class work with professional internships and hands-on training in USEPA and OSHA programs at a nationally-recognized training facility.

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ESOH Program Chair, Tim Murphy, Ph.D., at the All Hazards Training Center located a few miles from campus.

Accreditations

The environmental, safety and occupational health management program is accredited by the American Board of Engineering Technology Applied Science Accreditation Commission (ABET-ASAC) and the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC) 


Mission

The mission of the Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management is "to foster understanding and life-long appreciation of the theory, practice and applications of science and law within the areas of Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health.

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