UCMO: Online MS Occupational Safety Management 30-36 credit, $11.8K-$14.2K

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  1. AsianStew

    AsianStew Moderator Staff Member

    Searching for my next educational adventure, I came across this, an online Masters OSM that has ABET.
    Univ of Central Missouri: Master’s in Occupational Safety Management 30-36 credits roughly $11.8K-14.2K
    Affordable tuition at 30 credits $11,820 | 36 credits, $14,184 (plus any other fees of course).

    All Applicants must meet the following admissions requirement:
    Possession of a bachelor’s degree of any discipline from a Regionally Accredited University with a GPA of 2.5 or higher

    Foundation Area:
    One semester each of chemistry, physics, college level mathematics (e.g., algebra, geometry, mathematical analysis), and statistics at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.

    Program: https://www.ucmo.edu/academics/programs/masters-degrees/occupational-safety-management-ms/index.php
    Catalog: https://catalog.ucmo.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=18&poid=5999
    Tuition: https://www.ucmo.edu/future-students/tuition-and-costs/

    Note: Additional requirements by Area are as follows (only need to meet the requirements of the Area applying for and admitted into):

    Professional Certification Area – Admission into this Area requires current possession of any of the following designations or certifications in good standing: Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP), Associate Safety Professional (ASP), or Certified Safety Professional (CSP).

    Work Experience Area – A minimum of 1 year of full-time work experience with at least 50% job duties related to safety. Work experience must be documented from one of the following:
    Eligibility to sit for the ASP exam; AnASP exam eligibility letter from BCSP must be submitted with application to the program. OR
    Possession of current certification in good standing of any of the following certifications through the BCSP:
    Safety Management Specialist (SMS)
    Occupational Hygiene and Safety Technician (OHST)
    Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
    Safety Trained Supervisor (STS)
    Safety Trained Supervisor Construction (STSC)
  2. Pugbelly2

    Pugbelly2 Member

    It certainly is an "inexpensive" find if the major fits your needs. I don't see anything to dislike other than perhaps the requirement that the undergrad degree has to be RA. Never been a fan of that but I digress...


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