Safety Management Program Assessment

Program Mission Statement

The mission of the safety management program is to prepare program graduates to meet the safety mission of any enterprise. This is stated simply as: The safety mission of an organization is to protect, conserve, and improve the resources (people, property, and efficacy) of the organization.

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Program Educational Objectives

Drawing from the university's mission, the program mission, the needs of our constituents, and the Applied Science Accreditation Commission Criteria of ABET, the following educational objectives were developed for the Masters of Science program in Safety Management:

A graduate of the Safety Management program will be able to:

  1. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including the transmission of safety data to management and employees.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in the area of safety management.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of ethical and professional responsibilities and knowledge of applicable legislation and regulations.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to apply various research activities through the decision-making process used in safety management.

Student Learning Outcomes

In order to meet Program Educational Objectives of the Safety Management program, students must be able to meet the following outcomes at the time of their graduation:/

Outcome 1. Demonstrate knowledge and skills to build a comprehensive Safety and Health program based on loss control and regulations.
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Outcome 2. Demonstrate knowledge and skills to use analytical techniques in the Safety and Health function.
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Outcome 3. Demonstrate knowledge and skills with federal, state, and non-governmental Safety and Health program standards and best practices.
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Outcome 4. Demonstrate skills in written and oral communications at the level of professionals in safety and health positions.
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Outcome 5. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in writing and evaluating safety and health research proposals.
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Outcome 6. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in using management tools to implement and evaluate Safety and Health programs.
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