Occupational Safety Major - Construction Safety Emphasis Requirements (BS)

Major Requirements - 69 Units
SAFETY 201PERSONAL AND PUBLIC SAFETY (GI)3
SAFETY 450BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION3
SAFETY 453FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW3
SAFETY 468ERGONOMICS3
SAFETY 380INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT PREVENTION3
SAFETY 388OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH STANDARDS AND APPLICATIONS3
SAFETY 420PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT3
SAFETY 479PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE5
SAFETY 481ANALYSIS AND DESIGN FOR SAFETY IN INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS3
SAFETY 483OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT3
SAFETY 485FIRE PROTECTION/PREVENTION3
SAFETY 382SAFETY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY3
SAFETY 384CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT PREVENTION3
SAFETY 482CONSTRUCTION SAFETY MANAGEMENT3
SAFETY 492FIELDWORK INTERNSHIP IN SAFETY12
Select 2-3 units from the following:2-3
BUSINESS WRITING
TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WRITING
Select 6 units from the following:6
ECONOMICS OF LABOR MARKETS AND POLICIES
INSURANCE
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT
Select 2-3 units from the following:2-3
FIRST AID AND C.P.R.
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS (GI)
BASIC TRAFFIC SAFETY
MOTOR FLEET SAFETY
SAFETY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY
CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT PREVENTION
APPLIED METHODS IN ERGONOMICS
ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
CONSTRUCTION SAFETY MANAGEMENT
PRODUCT SAFETY
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
AIR POLLUTION EVALUATION AND CONTROL
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY (GM)
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES (GS)
Total Units66-68
Unique Requirements - 20 Units
CHEM 102GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (GL)5
CHEM 104GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (GL)3-5
or CHEM 112 CHEMISTRY FOR OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS
PHYSCS 130PHYSICS FOUNDATIONS (GL)5
Select one of the following:4
BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS (GL)
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN BODY
Select one of the following:3
BUSINESS STATISTICS
EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS
INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL REASONING AND ANALYSIS (GM)

Additional Requirements: Students must successfully complete a comprehensive examination prior to beginning their professional semester.