For the on-campus M.S. degree majoring in occupational safety or occupational health, a minimum of 36 credits and a master thesis are required. This includes a 6-credit thesis, a 4-credit seminar (one each semester), a 2-credit biostatistics, and 12-credit elective courses. Among the electives, graduate students are required to take 5 credits of cross-major electives in order to broaden their professional competence. The OJ/OC M.S. degree requires a minimum of 32 credits and a master thesis work. This includes a 6-credit thesis, a 12-credit obligatory common courses, and 14-credit elective courses.
The DOSH graduates from the B.S. program are formally recognized to take certificate exams as labor safety and health technicians. Graduates from the M.S. program, upon fulfilling the required advanced coursework, are also recognized to take certificate exams as labor safety or health professionals.
On-campus M.S. degree course requirements
for detailed courses of the on-campus M.S. program.
OJ/OC M.S. degree course requirements
for detailed courses of the OJ/OC M.S. program.