University of Cincinnati Environmental and
Occupational Hygiene ASAC/ABET accredited educational program
provides a curriculum that enables graduates to
achieve the following program educational objectives. We
anticipate that within 2-5 years following
graduation our graduates will be working in a
related field and rated by their
employers as better than graduates from other IH
programs in these areas. UC graduates will
demonstrate a high level of technical and scientific
competence in the anticipation, recognition,
evaluation and control of occupational and
environmental exposures, including the design and
development of long-range goals and programs. This
may include participation in global professional
activities. They will solve real-world problems by
combining observation, evaluation of the literature,
measurement and other data collection and analysis
of data. They will be able to communicate
effectively regarding potential hazards, risk
reduction approaches and required actions within the
health and safety team, with varying levels of
organizational management and other affected
stake-holders. They will apply the professional
code of ethics in all aspects of your practice.
They will be involved in continuous improvement by
enrolling in continuing education courses and
experiences, by seeking professional certification
and by being active in professional organizations
such as ACGIH, ASSE and AIHA.
The program is
committed to continuous improvement through an
active, iterative process that involves current
students, alumni and employers. Courses and
students are evaluated continuously using a variety
of metrics. Courses are changed when indicated
after consultation with our External Advisory Board
(EAB). We assess whether our alumni are
meeting the program objectives defined about by
surveys of them and their employers.
This information is then used to launch larger
program improvements in concert with the EAB.
This evaluation allows the program to remain
responsive to the needs of all our constituents,
faculty, current students, alumni, their employers
and the larger profession.
complete process for Continuous Improvement of the
EIH Comprehensive practice Program can be found
on the website under "Continuous Improvement".
Course Tracking for Ph.D.
Course Tracking for M.S.