Occupational Health MSc

This programme is based on a multidisciplinary approach to tackling a wide range of occupational health issues and is accredited by both the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) for graduate membership.

Organised by the Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (IOEM) at the University of Birmingham this programme is designed to meet the needs of postgraduate training in the prevention and control of work-related ill health and to understand the issues of ill health and its effect on work in the 21st century. Open to graduates with relevant first degrees and those with appropriate work experience including doctors, nurses, hygienists, and health and safety personnel. Teaching methods include formal lectures, tutorials, group work, case studies and workplace visits; the majority of lectures and practicals take place within the IOEM, which allows high-quality interaction between the academic staff and students. The programme of teaching is supported by a variety of workplace visits that enable students to see at first hand the extent of occupational health in practice.

MSc, MSc Award
September Start
Part-time, Full-time Study Mode
2 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

Students should have a relevant degree, although those with relevant work experience or appropriate expertise will be considered.

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