Master of Occupational Health & Safety Program

MOHS Program Information

MOHS Frequently Asked Questions

OHS 600A/600B Course Information


The Master of Occupational Health and Safety (MOHS) is an interdisciplinary program providing advanced-level study of multiple aspects of occupational health and safety. The program is the first in the Atlantic region and the fourth in Canada and it is built on the expertise that has been developing at Memorial University over the past decade. The program is a response to clear demand from both within the province and throughout Canada.

The MOHS program is designed to provide students, safety officers, loss prevention specialists and human relations managers with the analytic frameworks and up-to-date knowledge that can serve as a basis for future advanced academic study or for higher level professional careers in regulatory agencies, industry, government and stakeholder organizations.

A full description of the MOHS program and how to apply can be found here

Have questions?

If you are a current graduate student, the School of Graduate Studies may be the best place to start to find answers to your questions.

If you are a prospective student, the MOSH FAQ page may answer some of your questions.

Still have questions? Contact Dr. Kim Cullen, MOSH Program Director,



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