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Environmental, Health, & Safety Management Master of Science

RIT Distance Learning and Online Learning

new york
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Environmental, Health, & Safety Management Master of Science

Program Overview
The environmental, health, and safety management MS ensures that graduates can identify and leverage the regulatory, voluntary, and business drivers for environmental health and safety (EHS) programs to design and implement effective EHS management systems and programs. The program is available full-time and part-time in the evening.

Curriculum Review
The online learning option is available.

This program includes six required core courses, foundations, and a graduate project or thesis.

Core Courses

Environmental, Health, and Safety Management
Integrating EHS into Business Management
Organizational Behavior and Leadership
EHS Management System Design
EHS Internal Auditing
EHS Accounting and Finance
The program is available both on-campus and through RIT's online learning program.

Career Outcomes
Job Titles
Environmental Specialist, Environmental Manager, Environmental Planner, Remediation Operations Manager, Director of Environmental Health & Safety, Environmental Oversight Manager

Environmental management in public or private sector. Projects might include: management of recycling, safety & compliance, site remediation, hazardous waste management, environmental education and training, environmental planning, pollution prevention management.

Recent Employers
Pratt Whitney, Eastman Kodak Co., Ferro Corporation, LMS Engineers, Bergmann Associates, Radian, McNeil Consumer Products, International Paper, Kellogg, General Electric

Admission Requirements
Fulfill general criteria for graduate admission
Formal academic education or experience in areas of environmental management (air, water, and solid waste); industrial hygiene; safety management

Prerequisites include successful completion of at least one college-level course each in statistics and computer science, 20 quarter credit hours (or 15 semester credit hours) of college-level science and math course work, with at least four quarter credit hours (or three semester credit hours) from each of the following three areas:
general chemistry or organic chemistry
biology, microbiology, ecology, or biochemistry
physics, geology, hydrology, or geochemistry
Two brief writing samples that demonstrate written communication skills
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are not normally required. However, applicants who do not meet the above requirements may be required to submit GRE scores to support their candidacy.
A minimum TOEFL score of 570 (for paper-based exam) or 230 (computer-based) is required for international applicants seeking admission from non-English-speaking countries.
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