Master of Science in Occupational Health-Industrial Hygiene

History

studentsThe Master of Science in Occupational Health degree Industrial Hygiene program (MSOH-IH) is in the College of Health and Human Services on the University of Toledo Health Science Campus as of July 2016.                                                          

The Medical College of Ohio was created in December 1964 by the Ohio General Assembly and was comprised of four schools: the School of Medicine, the School of Graduate Studies, the School of Nursing and the School of Allied Health Sciences. After years of inter-institutional planning, the Ohio Board of Regents granted approval on March 8, 1985 to the School of Allied Health to offer the Master of Science in Industrial Hygiene (MSIH) degree within the School of Health Sciences and the School of Graduate Studies.

The first class of MSIH students was admitted in the Fall Quarter of 1985. During May, 1991, a resolution was approved by the Ohio Board of Regents for change of the degree nomenclature to Master of Science in Occupational Health (MSOH). The Industrial Hygiene program of the MSOH degree is accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission (ANSAC) of ABET.

Last Updated: 7/1/19