Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Health & Safety
Carl Albert State College

Program Details

The online Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Health and Safety program is designed for students who want to enter the workforce with a degree that allows them to understand the risks on the job and how to manage them, as well as government regulations in this area.  Students will also be able to continue their educations after graduation or transfer to 4-year programs.  Courses include Introduction to Health and Safety, Physical Hazards Controls, OSHA: Construction Industry & Safety Regulations, and Legal Aspects and Environmental Regulations.


This degree program requires 62-63 credits for completion.

  • Official high school and college (if applicable) transcripts
  • Official copies of ACT or SAT scores (ACCUPLACER is accepted for adult students 21 years and older)
  • Copies of social security card and driver's license
  • Official copies of CLEP or AP test scores (if applicable)

School Accreditation Statement

Higher Learning Commission