The aim of this Masters programme is to develop the knowledge and skills required for a career in Occupational Health and Safety and/or Ergonomics. The programme is open to a range of candidates, including recent graduates, those with a primary qualification in Occupational Health and Safety and/or Ergonomics or a related area, and professionals wishing to add to their qualifications. This programme recognises prior academic achievement in relevant areas.
Candidates must complete at least four and up to six courses from a list of subjects provided (see list on course website). In addition, candidates must submit their years work, which will be continuously assessed, and candidates are required to write a research thesis on a topic agreed and approved by their supervisor