Jul 21, 2019
Dr. Adam Piper
Department of Industrial Engineering
Occupational Safety Certificate
The graduate level Occupational Safety Certificate at SDSM&T is designed to respond to a business need across all sectors (including general industry, construction, mining, health care, service, etc.) that places occupational safety at the highest level of organizational priorities. Courses are offered on-campus and it is also possible to complete the certificate online.
Distribution of credits
Core requirements: 6 credits
Research or project requirements: 0 credits
Elective requirements: 3 credits
Total credits: 9
For the graduate certificate 400/500 level courses must be taken at the 500 level.
A total of 6 core credits are required.
Research or project requirements
There is no research or project requirement for this certificate.
At least 3 credits of electives must be selected from this list or from the core electives listed above.
No final degree examination is required for the certificate. Individual courses may hold final examinations as part of the course.
A Certificate of Occupational Safety must be approved by the student’s graduate advisor and the certificate coordinator on a form available at the Office of the Registrar and Academic Services or from the certificate coordinator. Additional information may be found at the Industrial Engineering Department website ie.sdsmt.edu.
In addition to these degree-specific requirements, the student must also meet the requirements and policies applied to all graduate degrees by the Council of Graduate Education.