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Occupational Health and Safety Training Program, Colorado State University.
Colorado State University, Terminal Progress Report :22 pages
Efforts were undertaken to develop an educational program at Colorado State University which would answer the needs of individuals wishing to major in industrial hygiene, occupational safety, and mine health and safety. As a result of this program, the university offered both bachelors and masters degrees in the fields of industrial hygiene; a doctoral program was being developed. More than 80 students completed bachelors degrees since 1977, and 35 students completed the masters degree program. For each student entering the graduate program, a didactic curriculum is selected from the many course offerings of the various colleges and departments of the university such as engineering, industrial sciences, mathematics, radiation biology, veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences, chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, and pathology. At the Colorado School of Mines efforts were underway to establish a new mine health and safety program. In 1982, the first three students completed degree requirements in the masters degree program.
NIOSH-Grant; Education; Training; Industrial-hygiene; Occupational-health; Industrial-safety;
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Colorado State University, Terminal Progress Report
Department of Microbiology Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colo 80523
Page last reviewed: September 2, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division