The graduate Certificate in Agricultural Safety and Health requires 12 s.h. of credit.
The Certificate in Agricultural Safety and Health requires the following coursework.
|OEH:6110||Rural Health and Agricultural Medicine||3|
|OEH:6120||Current Topics in Agriculture and Rural Health (taken three times for 1 s.h. each)||3|
For more information, visit Graduate Certificate in Agricultural Safety and Health on the College of Public Health website.
Admission requirements include:
- a bachelor's degree with a g.p.a. of at least 2.50 from an accredited university or equivalent experience and education,
- a letter of interest that explains the applicant's current position and educational objectives,
- a résumé, and
- completion of the application form.
For more information, and how to apply, visit the Graduate Certificate in Agricultural Safety and Health web page.