Value Colleges recently named University of Findlay to the Top 25 Best Value rankings for occupational safety and health degree programs. Of the higher education institutions named, UF was included in two lists for the online Master of Science in Environmental, Safety, and Health Management Program and online occupational safety and health certificates.
“University of Findlay offers many of the best online learning programs in the entire Midwest. Students who choose the school often do so because of the small number of students in each class and the faculty’s commitment to providing each student with the resources they need to be a successful manager in the occupational health and safety field. Graduates know that once they receive their diplomas, they will be ready to take on whatever position they apply for.”
“University of Findlay offers an Occupational Health and Safety Management certificate that saves businesses money by teaching their employees to implement good safety procedures. This certificate is a good choice for students seeking occupational health and safety certificate programs online. It can be taken online, on campus, or a combination of both.”
The career choices for those who choose an occupational safety and health degree path are nearly limitless. As the Value College website stated, “Occupational health and safety jobs span many sectors. After all, no matter the industry, workplace safety is essential.” With options to attain the degree online, students are able to work at a job in their career field while continuing their education.
Value Colleges noted that for these rankings they “focused specifically on fully accredited colleges and universities with an established reputation for quality.” This independent and unbiased organization ranks degree programs and provides guides for the complex financial and professional questions of college students, and offering honest facts about the potential and pitfalls of a college education.
For more information about UF’s MS in Environmental, Safety, and Health Management or other related programs, visit the Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability webpage.