The Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness (OHSW) graduate program provides a focused body of knowledge and skills for individuals interested in developing and building their knowledge and skills in occupational health, safety and wellness. In today’s work environment, a balance of work and personal wellness is critical from both the personal and organizational perspective. The workplace is a priority target setting for health promotion initiatives as set out by the World Health Organization, with the end goals of protecting and promoting both individual and organizational well-being. Therefore, employers are required to manage occupational health, safety and wellness from a legal perspective, and have moral and ethical imperatives to do so. Additionally, there is an economic advantage to employers who seek to maximize productivity and engagement in the workplace since healthy workers are more productive, engaged, draw less on benefits, and have lower absenteeism and presentism rates.
Graduates are prepared for entry-level to mid-management positions in occupational health, safety, wellness, and health promotion in community organizations, private practices, learning institutions, government departments, and consulting firms. Career opportunities may include program specialist, wellness coordinator, health and safety coordinator, health promotion consultant and roles involving wellness program management.
- Minimum Level of Education Required: 2-Year Undergraduate Diploma
- Min GPA: 50.0%
- Min IELTS overall: 6.5 (Min Reading: 6.0, Min Writing: 6.0, Min Listening: 6.0, Min Speaking: 6.0)
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