Mission, Objectives, and Outcomes
- assisting the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology and the university at large in achieving their missions.
1. apply a broad educational background in mathematics, science, technology and management
as occupational safety and health professionals in state, regional, national or international
levels in industry, government or academia;
2. are critical thinkers and anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices, and implement effective hazard control strategies in such areas as accident prevention, safety management, occupational health, industrial hygiene, loss/risk control management, ergonomics, emergency planning and response, and environmental health and safety;
3.are effective communicators and ethical leaders within the occupational safety and health profession; and
4. pursue life-long learning to effectively practice within a rapidly evolving, continually changing and increasingly diverse global environment.
b. ability to analyze and interpret data pertinent to the safety and health field, and to design and conduct experiments;
c. ability to anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices, and to identify and solve applied science problems;
d. ability to develop and implement hazard control methods, procedures, programs and system designs;
e. ability to function as a part of multi-disciplinary teams;
f. understanding of ethical behaviors and professional responsibility;
g. ability to express thoughts effectively in oral and written communications;
h. broad education necessary to understand safety and health issues within a global and social context;
i. recognition of the need for continuous life-long learning in chosen professional career;
j. knowledge of current safety and health issues; and the
k. ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern scientific and technical tools necessary for professional practice and to demonstrate mastery of the field of safety and health.