Master of Occupational Health (MOH)
The Master of Occupational Health (MOH) program is designed to train professionals who either (i) have a terminal degree (MD, DO, DVM, DDS or PhD degree) or (ii) have a bachelor’s or other degree and experience in OEHS such as current employment with a goal to further his/her career in occupational health practice or research.
The MOH program currently has the following approved emphases:
- Industrial Hygiene
- Occupational Injury Prevention
- Occupational Medicine
- Occupational Safety
- General Occupational Health
The purpose of the MOH program is to train occupational health professionals interested in a career in the field of occupational health practice or research. The degree requirements include coursework in occupational epidemiology, biostatistics, management, ergonomics, industrial hygiene, toxicology, administration, and management.
The MOH program may be completed within 1 year of full-time study, ending with a summative examination. It does not require students to complete a research project. Occupational Medicine Residents are required to complete a research project in the course of the residency, but it is not required for the MOH degree which is part of their training. It is also designed to provide expert-level curricula while also fulfilling the course requirements to take the American Board of Preventive Medicine's certification examination.
A complete list of course requirements and degree competencies can be found within the OEH Handbook listed here.