For the B.S. degree in occupational safety and health, a minimum of 131 credits is required. Among the 102-credit obligatory courses, 28 are general education courses, 22 college-wide common courses, 50 occupational safety and health core courses, 2 for internship. The remaining 29 credits are elective courses. In the freshmen year, students take mostly general education and common courses, and are given an opportunity to switch programs. In the sophomore year, students are provided with occupational safety and health core courses. In the junior year, a number of laboratory courses and a 2-month summer internship give students invaluable hands-on experiences, as well as opportunities to put theory into practice. In the senior year, students elect advanced courses that are geared towards their specific interests.
B.S. degree course requirements
To accommodate students’ various interests, the DOSH provides students with study roadmaps towards five specific fields of specialty, including occupational health, occupational safety, industrial management, environmental management, and common courses. In addition, the DOSH proudly offers a certificate program in Environmental Management.
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