The program is intended to equip graduates with a wide range of inter-disciplinary knowledge and skills to work in areas related to occupational hygiene health, safety and environment. On successful completion of the programme, participants will:

  • have a detailed knowledge and understanding of the major concepts and theories associated with environmental, health and safety management;
  • employ appropriate advanced data analysing, synthesising and summarising skills in a scientific research environment;
  • have a detailed knowledge and understanding of the concepts and processes of risk management;
  • be able to implement risk assessment techniques in a number of diverse areas;
  • have a detailed knowledge of and apply current approaches to managing chemical and biological hazards;
  • understand how the principles of toxicology relate to occupational exposures;
  • discuss and formulate measures to prevent pollution and reduce waste through process design;
  • understand the effects of environmental hazards on the biotic and abiotic environment;
  • have a fundamental understanding of the International legal framework;
  • have a clear understanding of requirements in the main health, safety and environmental laws;
  • be able to demonstrate a knowledge that is integrated across the legal, financial and general business aspects of professional practice;
  • understand the role and importance of strategy in organisations;
  • understand the importance of compliance with legislation and the consequences of noncompliance

The primary objective of the MSc OHHSEM is to deliver academic training in most of the disciplines relevant to occupational hygiene health, safety and environment. Students proceeding to the MSc will also receive practical training in planning, implementing and interpreting a piece of academic scientific research. In general, the course aims to:

  • Provide an appreciation of the skills necessary to recognise, evaluate and control hazardous substances in the workplace, encompassing hazards such as chemical, physical (e.g. noise, radiation), biological and ergonomic agents
  • Introduce the wide variety of aspects covered within the occupational hygiene health, safety and environment.discipline such as legislation, toxicological basis for standard setting, methods commonly used to evaluate hazardous agents, and related and overlapping health professions
  • Give a good foundation on which to build and extend students’ knowledge of occupational hygiene during the changes and developments which lie in the years ahead

Organisation

Duration : 2 years – ECTS : 120 credits

Bilingual Program (French and English) or Only in English

Choose 1 major course from the following topics:

  • Risk and Environmental Modelling
  • Environmental Toxicology & Pollution Monitoring
  • Integrated Safety, Health and Environmental management
  • Inland Water Quality Assessment
  • Soils and Environmental Pollution
  • Environmental Health

Conditions to get the degree

– Student must to follow regullarly all the coures – He/She had to attend their class work, project; exams required in each course – He/She must to get at least 12/20

– Attend and realize Internships in company – Memory

– Student must get the TOEIC with 750 points or an equivalent in french

Tuition Fee

8700 euros per year