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Students planning to major in occupational safety and health management (OSHM) must complete the following requirements:
As identified in the General Academic Policies section of the Grand Valley State University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. Note that some of the OSHM fundamentals courses listed as follows meet these requirements.
Admission to major standing in the OSHM program requires approval of a secondary application. Applicants must meet at least the following:
The OSHM fundamentals courses, 33 to 38 credits, are as follows.
A minimum of 37 semester hours.
In addition to the preceding, students must take nine hours of electives from the list as follows.
This suggested order of coursework assumes that students will complete the fundamentals and general education courses with the help of their advisor and apply for admission by February 1 of the winter semester of their sophomore year.