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Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health (B.Sc)

 
Introductory 
Courses 
(Level 1)
A B.Sc. in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health requires a total of thirty-nine (3936) Level 1 credits from:

BIOL1017

Cell Biology

BIOL1262

Living Organisms I

BIOL1263

Living Organisms II

CHEM1810

Introductory Chemistry I

CHEM1820

Introductory Chemistry II

CHEM1910

Introductory Chemistry III

CHEM1920v

Introductory Chemistry IV

CHEM1811

Introductory Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM1911

Introductory Chemistry Laboratory II

These Level I courses are equivalent to CHEM1901 + CHEM1902.

GEOG1231

Earth Environments I: Geomorphology and Soil

GEOG1232

Earth Environments II: Climate and the Biosphere

OESH1000

Introduction to OESH

 

Foundation Course (FOUN1014 or FOUN1019)

Advanced Courses (Levels 2 and 3)
A B.Sc. in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health requires a total of seventy-three (73) credits from Levels 2 and 3 and must include:
Year 2: thirty (3031) compulsory credits
BIOL2406 Eukaryotic Microorganisms
BIOL2403 Principles of Ecology
CHEM2010 Chemical Analysis A
CHEM2011 Chemical Analysis Laboratory I
CHEM3010 Chemical Analysis B
CHEM3011

Chemical Analysis Laboratory II

LANG3101* Business Communication: Principles and Practices
OESH3200 Occupational Safety Evaluation and Measurement
OESH3220 Occupational Hygiene
PHAL3306** Toxicology
Foundation Course
Year 2: Summer: six (6) credits

PSYC1002 

Introduction to Industrial and Organizational

MDSC3200** Understanding Research
Year 3: thirty-six (36) credits
OESH2000

Environmental  Contaminants 

OESH3010 Occupational and Environmental Health Disorders
OESH3020 OESH Measurement Methods
OESH3030 Workplace Survey and Evaluation
OESH3040 Disaster and Emergency Management
OESH3100 Environment Hazard Evaluation and Risk Management and Control
OESH3210 Ergonomics
MGMT3063*** Labour and Employment Law
Foundation Course
Level 3: Summer: four (4) credits
OESH3430 Practicum

*Course offered by the Faculty of Humanities and Education.

** Course offered by the Faculty of Medical Sciences.

*** Course offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences.

 
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