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Part time September MSc Part-Time: 2 years
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The MSc Occupational Safety & Health (Part-Time) programme at the Centre for Safety and Health at Work (CSHW) is designed for graduates with experience in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) who want to further their qualifications. Over two years, you will develop the skills to implement health and safety management systems, improve risk management, and enhance your professional and academic writing skills. The programme covers a range of multidisciplinary topics including legislation, occupational health, hygiene, and behavioural aspects of work. With flexible teaching options and online platforms, this programme is perfect for working professionals. Entry requirements include a 2.1 or above honours degree, three years of work experience, and supporting documents.

About the course

Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)

With society's focus intensifying on health, including workers’ health, the Centre for Safety and Health at Work (CSHW) continues to meet the needs of industry using blended online platforms and flexible teaching programmes to cover key contemporary issues.

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Entry Requirements

You should be an honours graduate (2.1 or above) of an Irish level 8 degree, or international equivalent, in a cognate discipline.

You should be in full or part-time employment with at least three years work experience at the time of application.

Priority is given to applicants who are active in Occupational Safety and Health.

You will be required to supply transcripts of your primary degree and supporting documents at the time of your application.

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Where will I study?

Where is University College Dublin


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