Required Courses

The Safety Engineering Certificate-Undergraduate Program, administered by the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, is relevant to all engineering disciplines and teaches knowledge and skills required for safety, health, and environmental engineering. The certificate requires 15 hours of courses that are applicable to the graduation requirement:

Required Courses (9 Hours) Th-Pr Cr
SENG 310 – Industrial Hygiene Engineering (Fall only) 3-0 3
SENG 312 – System Safety Engineering (Spring only)
    OR
SENG 321 – Industrial Safety Engineering (Fall only)
3-0 3
SENG/CHEN 430 – Engineering Risk Analysis (Fall only)
    OR
SENG/CHEN 460/660 – Quantitative Risk Analysis (Spring only)
3-0 3
Approved Additional Courses (6 Hours)
SENG/NUEN 309 – Radiological Safety 3-0 3
SENG 312 – System Safety Engineering 3-0 3
SENG 313 – Product Safety Engineering 3-0 3
SENG 321 – Industrial Safety Engineering 3-0 3
SENG 422 – Fire Protection Engineering 3-0 3
SENG 424 – System Safety Analysis and Design 1-6 3
SENG/CHEN 430 – Engineering Risk Analysis 3-0 3
SENG 439 – Ergonomics Design 1-6 3
SENG/CHEN 455 – Process Safety Engineering 3-0 3
SENG/CHEN 460/660 – Quantitative Risk Analysis 3-0 3
SENG/BAEN/MEEN 477 – Air Pollution Engineering 3-0 3
SENG 485 – Directed Studies 3-0 3
Any pre-approved engineering capstone design course that includes a safety component. 3-0 3