A BSc or Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate degree that usually takes three to five years. During this course of study, students can learn general and specialized skills that are helpful for future education or work opportunities.
The discipline of safety engineering examines systems to assess the safety of operating the machines. Students may pursue jobs as safety consultants, inspectors, or on-site engineers at factories or plants.
Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.
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This is the official Health and Safety Management degree course. Graduates can choose from a number of the responsible position including Health and Safety manager on a building safety or construction project. [+]
Accredited by: IIRSM IOSH
This professional qualification is aimed at individuals aspiring to responsible positions as Health and Safety Management practitioners; it satisfies the academic requirements for graduate level membership (Grad IOSH) of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
Graduates from the course have gone on to pursue careers in a wide range of organizations including the local authority, manufacturing, construction, off-shore and insurance companies. Jobs have been secured as health and safety officers or consultants, training consultants, and within the Health and Safety Executive.What you will study
This is a two-year programme (Level 2 and Level 3). Each year runs from September to August and is divided into three trimesters. Each trimester students take two modules (classes). Students attend these modules one day per week from 1 pm - 8 pm (Thursday). There are a total of 12 modules.... [-]
Become one of the first to complete this fire assessment, safety, and technology degree in Scotland. Designed in partnership with the Fire and Rescue Service, the Fire Risk Engineering degree is accredited by the Institute of Fire Engineers. [+]
Accredited by: MIFireE EC
Fire Risk Engineering is a relatively new discipline within the construction industry, driven by developments in fire safety legislation.
The GCU programme - one of the few offered in the UK - was developed in close partnership with the Fire and Rescue Service. It is unique in its focus on fire safety design and regulations. It was the first in the UK to achieve academic exemption by the Institution of Fire Engineers at MIFireE level.
The course has also been approved by the UK Engineering Council for IEng standard route and partial fulfillment of CEng standard route. Risk management, forecasting, problem solving and communication are all part of the programme, which has strong links with consultants and regulators who share their knowledge through guest lectures, case study materials, and site visits. A number of Fire and Rescue Service Officers are associate lecturers.... [-]
The objective of the program is to acquire thorough expertise and the ability to work in accordance with scientific methods, to master the varied demands of professional life in applied practice, research or teaching, and to deal effectively with the frequently changing tasks that arise in the working world. [+]
The program begins each winter semester. Applicants with foreign certificates please apply until 30 April via uni-assist e.V.Program objectives
The objective of the program is to acquire thorough expertise and the ability to work in accordance with scientific methods, to master the varied demands of professional life in applied practice, research or teaching, and to deal effectively with the frequently changing tasks that arise in the working world. Professional expertise is built in the fields of safety and hazard defence. Graduates possess specific knowledge pertaining to fire, disaster and civil protection, environmental protection, pollution control, cargo protection, explosion protection, safety management, occupational and industrial safety, post-fire investigations and risk analysis.... [-]