The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in safety and health management allows persons who have worked in industry for a period of time to enhance their career potential by utilizing their community college educational and on the job experience to earn a baccalaureate degree following completion of upper division course work. The goal of the program is to prepare and enable students to fill professional level positions as leaders and managers within the broad area of industrial safety and health.
A student wishing to enter the B.A.S. safety and health management program must have:
an appropriate and approved associate degree;
taken at least 20 credits of general education basic skills courses;
completed prerequisites for the program;
completed 2000 hours of recent, documented work experience in an industrial technology related job; and