Safety Engineering - Certificate

The Safety Engineering Certificate prepares the graduate for positions in several areas of safety engineering. Students must complete 15 semester credit hours of specified courses to earn a Safety Engineering Certificate. The Safety Program coordinator reviews each student’s coursework prior to certification.

Students should complete and submit a certificate application to the Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center (246 Jack E. Brown Engineering Building) prior to registering for any of the certificate courses.

SENG 310Industrial Hygiene Engineering3
SENG 312System Safety Engineering3
or SENG 321   or Industrial Safety Engineering 
SENG 430/CHEN 430Risk Analysis in Safety Engineering3
or SENG 460/CHEN 460   or Quantitative Risk Analysis in Safety Engineering 
or SENG 660   or Quantitative Risk Analysis 
Select two of the following:6
Radiological Safety
System Safety Engineering
Industrial Safety Engineering
Fire Protection Engineering - Facilities Design
Risk Analysis in Safety Engineering
Process Safety Engineering
Air Pollution Engineering
Quantitative Risk Analysis in Safety Engineering
Directed Studies
Total Semester Credit Hours15