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Workplaces in Thailand are safer than ever before, thanks to the imperative contributions made by Occupational Health and Safety professionals.

Our Bachelors of Science in Occupational Health and Safety shall prepare you with the knowledge and skills needed for discovering and applying preventive measures that ensure minimal occurrences of employee injuries and illnesses.

After completion of the program, you shall be ready to: anticipate, evaluate and prevent all hazards in the workplaces, assist top-level executives for efficiently managing the welfare of the employees, and restore hazardous workplaces to safer and healthier conditions.

What will I learn?

St Theresa International College is proud to be one of the few selected institutes to offer the bilingual program for the Bachelors of Science in Occupational Health and Safety. Students enrolled in the program shall have a first-hand glimpse into occupational health policies and procedures that are established not only in Thailand but also around the world. Completion of the program means that you will be ready to work for both national and international industries.

Courses are designed to help you develop skills needed for managing health and safety systematization and enforcement of safety regulations in workplaces. Based on a strong science foundation, the program shall encourage you to enhance professional scientific skills such as the ability to utilize advanced technologies, observation, precision, and critical thinking.

During the final year of the program, you will be required to undertake internship in actual workplaces that are linked to the College. Through internships, students will develop their skills as they apply learning directly into practice.

Program Objectives

  • Students shall be able to incorporate health and safety related measures in the workplace.
  • Students shall be able to examine the workplace in order to identify hazards.
  • Students shall be able to formulate solutions which will help in mitigating hazards.
  • Students shall be able to collaborate with professionals of other disciplines in order to minimize/prevent hazards.
 
  • All
  • General Education
  • Major Courses
  • Free Elective Course
Course Name Credits
  • General Education 32
  • Social Sciences 3
  • 101 101 Man, Society and Environment 3
  • Humanities 4
  • 102 104 Introduction to Psychology 3
  • 102 113 Library Skills 1
  • Language & Communication 12
  • 103 103 Thai for Communication 3
  • 103 111 English 1 3
  • 103 112 English 2 3
  • 103 420 English for Communication in Health Profession 3
  • Mathematics & Applied Statistics 6
  • 104 103 Introduction to Statistics 3
  • 104 118 Computer Applications 3
  • Quality of Life Development 1
  • 105 107 Social Dances 1
  • General Science 6
  • 106 101 Biology 3
  • 106 104 Chemistry 3
  • Major Courses 104
  • Core Courses 60
  • 501 101 Anatomy and Physiology I 3
  • 501 102 Anatomy and Physiology II 3
  • 501 104 Microbiology and Parasitology 3
  • 501 108 Health Economics 2
  • 900 101 Biochemistry for Health Science 3
  • 900 102 Introduction to Public Health 2
  • 900 203 Physics for Health Science 3
  • 900 204 Public Health Ethics 2
  • 900 205 Public Health Pharmacy 3
  • 900 206 Nutrition and Therapeutic Nutrition 2
  • 900 207 Biostatistics 2
  • 900 209 Epidemiology and Disease Control 2
  • 900 210 Communicable and Non-communicable Disease 3
  • 900 211 Dental Health 2
  • 900 212 Health Education and Health Behavior 2
  • 900 213 Health Communication 2
  • 900 214 Community Health 3
  • 900 215 Innovation and Health Technology 2
  • 900 216 Project Planning and Assessment 2
  • 900 317 Holistic Health Care 3
  • 900 318 Basic Environmental Health Science 2
  • 900 319 Laboratory Examination in Public Health 2
  • 900 320 Basic Occupational Health and Safety 2
  • 900 422 Research Methodology in Public Health 3
  • 900 423 Seminar in Public Health Issues and Trends 2
  • Major Required Courses 38
  • 903 301 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene 3
  • 903 302 Environmental and Occupational Toxicology 3
  • 903 303 Basic Engineering for Occupational and Environmental Health 3
  • 903 305 Industrial and hazardous Waste Management 3
  • 903 410 Environment and Health Impact Assessment 2
  • 904 301 Industrial Venilation and Industrial Pollution Control 2
  • 904 302 Industrial Hygiene Sampling and Analysis 3
  • 904 303 Ergonomics 3
  • 904 304 Industrial Psychology 2
  • 904 305 Occupational Medicine 2
  • 904 306 Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Laws 2
  • 904 407 Occupational Health and Safety Administration 2
  • 904 408 Fire Prevention and Control 2
  • 904 409 Industrial Safety Technology 2
  • 904 410 Health Service in the Workplace 3
  • 904 411 Professional Practices Preparation in Occupational Health and Safety 1
  • The academic professional experiences and cooperative education 6
  • Students can choose 2 ways by the following.-
  • 1) Students who join the academic professional experiences and cooperative education can choose the following subjects.-
  • 904 412 Co-operative Education in Occupational Health and Safety 6
  • 2) Students who are not join the academic professional experiences and cooperative education can choose the following subjects.-
  • 904 413 Professional Practices in Occupational Health and Safety 4
  • 904 414 Occupational Health and Safety Study Project 2
  • Free Elective Course 6
  • Students can choose not less than 6 credits from the following subjects.-
  • 900 324 Primary Medical Care 3
  • 900 325 Alternative Medicines and Local Folk Wisdom 3
  • 900 326 Global Health 2
  • 900 327 Sex Education 2
  • 900 328 Health Business Entrepreneurs and Establishment 2
  • 901 313 Health, Beauty and Spa Business 2
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The Possibilities Are Endless

Due to Thailand’s stricter labor laws, industries have begun employing more and more occupational health professionals to ensure the safety of workplaces and maintenance of healthy working conditions. This increasing demand for health workers ensures excellent employment opportunities for graduates in Thailand.

Careers

  • Safety Officer
  • Health & Safety Strategist
  • Environmental Safety Manager

Tuition Fees 2017-2018

Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1฿73,800฿65,400
Year 2฿66,400฿67,900
Year 3฿66,400฿65,400
Year 4฿65,900฿65,300
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Semester 1Semester 2
Year 1฿112,900฿65,400
Year 2฿74,900฿67,900
Year 3฿74,900฿65,400
Year 4฿74,400฿65,300
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Accreditation

The curricular structure of this program is consistent with the standards required by Thailand’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Labor, both of whom are the officially recognized accrediting bodies for public health academic programs.

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Before You Apply

  • Applicants must have successfully completed High School (Matthayom 6) majoring in Science and Maths.
  • Satisfactory English proficiency.
  • Must be of good moral character and psychological capacity, and no contagious diseases.
  • Required Documents:
    • Completed Application Form and Fees
    • Certified True Copy of Official Transcript of Records
    • Certified True Copy of National ID Card
    • Two (2) recently taken 2×2 inch photographs.
    • Certified True Copy of Name Change Certificate (if any)

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