Mining Occupational Safety and Health
This certificate program serves working professionals changing duties within companies or desiring a stronger background in a particular segment of the mining industry.
Mining engineers are always in great demand, but those with additional training in occupational health and safety are in even greater demand. Working professionals can complete this cutting-edge certificate program in Mining Occupational Safety and Health from anywhere in the world, without having to leave their professional duties.
The graduate certificate program consists of 15 units of focused coursework in rock mechanics, mine health and safety, mineral processing, and mine information and production technology. Students wishing to complete a certificate will select a faculty adviser who is involved in administering the courses for an established certificate program. Minimum admissions requirements and minimum prerequisites for the certificate program are similar to the Master of Engineering. Students with an M.S. or Ph.D. may also enter the certificate program provided the certificate program is not part of their prior study areas.