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Pursuing the SHM minor and certificate will provide a foundation for students to develop the skills necessary to promote a hazard-free work environment in many industries. Students will gain practical skills to identify and control workplace hazards, to prevent worker injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.
The SHM minor and certificate may be used in combination with many majors to enhance a student’s career opportunities and gain a competitive advantage in the job market. It is an excellent addition for students with majors in aviation management, biology, chemistry construction management, human resources management, industrial engineering technology, information technology & administration management, sociology, psychology, and public health. Job opportunities exist in all occupational settings, including construction, consulting, government, hospitals, insurance, risk management, manufacturing, and retail.
The SHM minor and certificate applications are accepted throughout the year, and typically the students start in the fall quarter. Any CWU student interested in improving their career opportunities can obtain the SHM minor and certificate. For details about the application procedures, contact the Prof. Michael Andler at Michael.Andler@cwu.edu.
Students should complete the requirements for the minor and certificate with a 2.0 (on a scale of 4.0) as a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) in the coursework.
A minimum grade of “C” is required in each of the courses used to satisfy the SHM Minor and Certificate.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credits|
|SHM 301||Fundamentals of Safety and Health Management||3|
|SHM 323||Construction Safety and Health||3|
|SHM 325||General Industry Safety and Health||3|
|SHM 351||Incident Analysis||3|
|SHM 353||Risk and Insurance||4|
|SHM 371||Emergency Planning and Preparedness||4|
|SHM 474||Safety and Health Management Systems||4|
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