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The Wm Michael Barnes '64 Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Texas A&M School of Public Health offer a combination degree option, which allows a student to earn a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering while also earning a Master of Public Health in Occupational Safety and Health. Students who successfully complete this program graduate with both degrees in just five years. 

The 170-hour program includes 12 semester credit hours that apply to both the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering degree and the Master of Public Health degree. This program helps satisfy the need for engineers with formal education in industrial engineering and health, to improve the quality of life for the public in underserved areas. Graduates of the program will be immersed in practical health related issues and help to design technologies that can overcome the barriers usually faced by point-of-care devices.

For information on program eligibility, application requirements and important deadlines, visit the School of Public Health BS/MPH Dual Degree program website

Additional questions can be sent to SPH-OSA@tamu.edu

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