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Master of Science in
Occupational Safety Management

The world is a dangerous place. Mitigating risk in the work place, whether natural or man-made, is a critical skill and big business. In fact, according to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), businesses spend $170 billion each year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illness. It’s no wonder that employers seek out safety professionals to protect their personnel, property and profits. Safety and Health magazine reports that the average salary of a safety manager tops $100,000 and demand for these professionals is projected to grow at a rate 10%, faster than the average for all occupations.

Whether you are looking to advance your current position or are seeking a career change, Embry-Riddle’s Master of Science in Occupational Safety Management can prepare you to meet the needs in any industry, with an emphasis on the specific challenges that face aviation and aerospace. And Embry-Riddle’s reputation will put you in front of the leaders of industry worldwide.