Learn more about a new master’s degree program in environmental health and safety by attending an informational meeting noon, Thursday, March 5 in Room 3 of Mesa Public Library on Central Avenue in downtown Los Alamos.
The two-year degree program is offered by Colorado State University and is open to anyone who has a bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degree and has completed certain prerequisite classes – see below.
Classes begin Aug. 24 and applications should be submitted by July 1. Classes will be held Friday and Saturday in rooms 111 and 112 of the J. Robert Oppenheimer Research Library. Students interested in this program can apply through CSU’s Graduate School online application at http://graduateschool.colostate.edu/prospective-students/apply/index.aspx .
- 1 semester of general chemistry I
- 1 semester of general chemistry II
- 1 semester of organic chemistry
- 1 semester of calculus
- 1 semester of physics
- 1 semester of biology.
Note: A conditional admission into the program may be considered if an applicant is deficient in no more than two prerequisites. Applicants will be asked to take the deficient prerequisites prior to or during the first semester of study.
Questions? Contact Terri Moore of Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Environment, Safety and Health Directorate at 505.664.0947.