Explore an exciting new career field or refresh your background in the profession by earning a certificate from Waldorf University. The certificate programs are designed for both current and aspiring professionals. Learners may seek a certificate exclusively to advance their career-related knowledge and skills, and other learners may pursue a certificate as a stepping stone toward Waldorf’s online associate degree or bachelor’s degree programs. For students who wish to pursue a degree, the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) certificate is designed to coordinate with the either the A.A. degree or the B.S. in Organizational Leadership at Waldorf University.
Waldorf’s Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) certificate provides foundational knowledge and initial exposure to the Occupational Safety and Health field. Learners explore a variety of areas within the discipline, including industrial hygiene and occupational, environmental, and health safety. This certificate is designed for students seeking entry-level exposure to the OSH field, as well as for professionals in industries such as manufacturing, construction, and fire science who are seeking to bolster their risk management background.
The Board of Certified Safety Professionals will recognize Waldorf's certificate in Occupational Safety and Health for the application process under the Associate Safety Professional designation and the Certified Safety Professional designation for those holding an associate or higher degree in Occupational Safety and Health.
Estimated time to complete this certificate program is six to twelve months.
Certificate Program Requirements
- Completion of the certificate’s curriculum and credit requirements
- Students are allowed to transfer in a maximum of 3 credit hours to a certificate program
- Minimum grade of C for each course
Certificate programs are not eligible for Federal Student Aid.
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