Master of Science in Environmental, Safety and Health Management (ESH)

Degree Requirements

The Master of Science in Environmental, Safety and Health Management (ESH) requires the minimum completion of 36 semester hours of graduate course work. All graduate courses are three or four semester hours except for the capstone project and research methods classes. No more than one course with a grade of “C+” or “C” can be used to meet graduation requirements.

ESH CORE COURSES (20 semester hours)

Students are required to complete a seven-course core curriculum.

ENVM 510Environmental Health and Epidemiology

3

ENVM 520Public Policy and Communication

3

ENVM 525Organizational Theory and Behavior

3

ENVM 540Production Operations and Auditing

3

ENVM 598Research Methods

1

ENVM 625Project Management and Planning

3

ENVM 665Risk Management for Managers

4

ELECTIVES (12 semester hours)

Each student must choose four elective courses from the following.

ENVM 515Accounting and Financial Analysis for Technical Managers

3

ENVM 550OSHA Law and Regulations

3

ENVM 560Disaster and Emergency Management

3

ENVM 570Applied Safety Management

3

ENVM 581Solid Waste Management

3

ENVM 583ESH Quality Systems and Auditing

3

ENVM 585Water and Wastewater Treatment

3

ENVM 590Air Pollution Control

3

ENVM 599Topics in Environmental Management

3

ENVM 605Industrial Hygiene Principles and Calculations

3

ENVM 620International Environmental Policy

3

ENVM 645Environmental Remediation Management

3

ENVM 650Environmental Law and Permitting

3

ENVM 655Pollution Prevention and Industrial Ecology

3

ENVM 660Disaster Management: Vulnerability and Threat Assessment

3

ENVM 661Disaster Management: Incident Command and Response

3

ENVM 662Disaster Management: Business Continuity and Asset Protection

3

 

CULMINATING EXPERIENCE (4 SEMESTER HOURS)

All Master of Science degree in Environmental, Safety and Health Management (ESH) students must complete the following:
ENVM 698Integrated Project (Capstone Project)

1

ENVM 699Capstone Integrated Project Report

3

ENVM 699:  This course may be taken a maximum of two times if the student does not achieve a grade of "S" the first time it was taken. If a grade of "U" is received twice, the student will not be allowed to complete the program.
Effective as of 8/1/2018