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Master of Science in
Occupational Safety Management

The M.S. in Occupational Safety Management emphasizes safety challenges in many occupational settings, from aviation and manufacturing to military and government.

About the Master of Science in Occupational Safety Management

Whether you are looking to advance in your current position or seeking a career change, Embry‑Riddle’s M.S. in Occupational Safety Management (MSOSM) prepares you to make informed risk assessments, strategize accident prevention strategies and promote a safety culture within any institution. 

Through rigorous academic experience, students acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities to succeed as a certified safety manager or leader in the safety, health and environmental fields. 

Occupational Safety Management Career Opportunities

Careers and Employers

Embry-Riddle graduates are set to enter the workforce in top companies, including Delta Air Lines, Johnson and Johnson, The Boeing Company and Tesla, with a 100% placement rate within a year of graduation. 

Graduates will be ready to take on environmental and occupational safety and health leadership positions, including: 

  • Directors of Safety 
  • Environmental Health and Safety Compliance Officers 
  • Loss-Control Managers 
  • Safety Managers 
  • Safety and Health Consultants 

Occupational Safety Management Salary Information

Pursuing a Master of Occupational Safety Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provides graduate students with competitive salaries averaging $95,900 annually as of 2022.