Occupational Safety and Health

A graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health may work for a wide variety of employers in both private industry and government wherever workplace safety is a concern. Employment opportunities exist in mining, manufacturing, petroleum extraction, government, insurance, and consulting firms. A student interested in a career in Occupational Safety and Health would take the following courses at Dawson Community College with the intention of transferring to a four-year institution offering the bachelor’s degree. DCC has an articulation agreement in Occupational Safety and Health with Montana Tech, Butte.

Suggested Courses
Credits
BIOB160 Principles of Living Systems 3
BIOB161 Principles of Living Systems Lab 1
CAPP131 Basic MS Office 3
CHMY141 College Chemistry I 4
CHMY142 College Chemistry I Lab 1
CHMY143 College Chemistry II 4
CHMY144 College Chemistry II Lab 1
COMX111 Intro to Public Speaking 3
M121 College Algebra 4
M151 Pre-Calculus 4
M171 Calculus I 5
PHSX220 Physics I (w/ Calculus) 3
PHSX221 Physics I Lab 1
PSYX100 Intro to Psychology 3
STAT216 Intro to Statistics 4