Any associate’s degree from a regionally acredited institution. Students transferring less than 60 credit hours will need to complete additional electives in order to complete 120 credit hours for the BAS in Environmental Health and Safety degree.
Environmental Health and Safety Track: 39 Hours
Students may take on campus or distance learning courses.
Students must complete 39 upper division credit hours (300 level or above).
Students must consult with their EHS advisor for suggestions on EHS related electives courses or other elective courses that will assist the student in attaining their career goals.
Students taking lower division environmental health and/or safety courses, such as those provided by associate degree programs, water/wastewater programs or the military, may count those courses as electives.