Master of Environmental Health and Safety
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Program & Course Information
Courses and more details about the MEHS program can be found via the catalog page for Master of Environmental Health & Safety (M.E.H.S.)
Completion of the program follows Plan B which requires 30 major credits and 0 credits outside the major. The final exam is written and oral and a capstone project is required.
The Plan B capstone project requires a student to apply knowledge and skills acquired from the M.E.H.S. coursework and demonstrate their mastery of E.H.S. related material and concepts in identifying and addressing a particular concern.
The project is part of a minimum six-week cooperative internship conducted in an industrial, governmental, or other organization having an established safety program or in the process of implementing a safety program.
An executive summary (2-page maximum) of the project that must be approved by the student’s defense committee.
A minimum GPA of 3.00 is required for students to remain in good standing.
At least two semesters in residence are required.
Plan B reports
Requirement for submitting Plan B reports changed in May 2017 and the changes are retroactive so they apply to everyone.
Students that have not yet submitted their Plan B report need to follow these requirements, regardless of when they finished their coursework.