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Applied Administration
Safety Management

What can I do with this major concentration?

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Graduates from a bachelor's program may be qualified for jobs in multiple industries, including construction, distribution, insurance, oil & gas and energy. Occupations as safety analysts, corporate health officers and public health investigators can be found through public and private sector businesses, corporations and government agencies. Possible occupations also include:

  • Corporate safety manager
  • Environmental health manager
  • Environmental Health and Safety Specialist (EHS)
  • Fire inspector
  • Industrial hygienist
  • Industrial safety trainer​
  • Loss control specialist
  • Maintenance supervisor
  • Occupational health and safety
    specialist
  • Risk Manager
  • Safety manager
  • Safety engineer​

Professional Organizations​

Affiliate yourself with groups to network and learn about the field

American Society of Safety Engineers (active UHD chapter) 
National Association of Safety Professionals​​

Government Websites

Visit these government websites for information about career possibilities and other information.
fema.gov​ | houstonoem.org | osha.gov | portofhouston.com | tdi.texas.gov | dps.texas.gov

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What is a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Applied Administration with a concentration in Safety Management?


The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Applied Administration (BAAS-AA) is designed to offer students the opportunity to develop competencies, skills, and the foundation preparation for promotion to administrative and supervisory positions in organizations. Students must have completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree that includes an integrated block of workforce development technical/occupational courses that develops skills/knowledge needed for employment. The Safety Management concentration focuses on occupational safety techniques and systems safety management, with elective options for offshore safety and inspection, construction safety, industrial loss prevention, industrial safety, human factors in fire and safety, and safety & violence.



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UHD Community Partnerships

Local organizations have offered internships or field experience to students pursuing this degree.

  • Forensic Emergency Management: Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences
  • Port of Houston
  • Phillips 66
  • CITGO Petroleum Corporation
  • CPG
  • Valero
  • Cheniere Energy
  • BP-Husky Refinery (out of state)
  • Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program
  • BP
  • Occupational Health Internship Program
  • United States Pathways Program (out of state)

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