Occupational Safety and Health Management (Bachelor of Science)

In addition to courses noted below, candidates for graduation must successfully complete all JSU Academic Regulations. More information about general education requirements can be found in the Summary of Degrees/Requirements section of the catalog.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHours
EH 101 English Composition I 3
HY 101
Western Civilization I 1
or American History I
3
AE 201 Microcomputers: Applications and Techniques 3
MS 125 Calculus I 4
EC 221 Principles of Microeconomics 3
STU 101 First Year Experience 0
 Hours16
Spring
EH 102 English Composition II 3
AE 210 Machining/Manufacturing Processes 3
AE 211 AC/DC Circuits 3
HY 102
Western Civilization II 1
or American History II
3
General Electives 4
 Hours16
Sophomore
Fall
Natural Science 3 4
Literature 4 3
Fine Arts 5 3
EH 141 Oral Communication 3
General Electives 3
 Hours16
Spring
Natural Science 3 4
Literature 4 3
Social/Behavioral Science 2 3
AE 380 3
General Electives 3
 Hours16
Junior
Fall
AE 344 Manufacturing Cost Analysis 3
AE 392 Fire Safety Technology 3
AE 372 Statistical Analysis for Quality Control 3
General Electives 4
 Hours13
Spring
AE 343 Managing Engineering Technology 3
AE 382
Standards of Industrial Safety
or Construction Safety
3
AE 307 Industrial Training 3
EH 322 Technical Writing 3
 Hours12
Senior
Fall
AE 342 Employer-Employee Relations 3
AE 485 Industrial Safety Management 3
AE 390 Hazard Control Technology 3
AE 486 Safety Performance Management 3
AE 488 Industrial Hygiene 3
 Hours15
Spring
AE 484 Industrial Ergonomics 3
AE 487 Systems Safety 3
AE 489 Hazardous Materials Technology 3
AE 493 Senior Seminar 1
AE 494 Industrial Internship 2
General Electives 4
 Hours16
 Total Hours120

Students will be required in their senior year to take a professional certification exam to meet graduation requirements.