Academics

The Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering (COHSE) promotes a multi-disciplinary educational experience through common courses, seminars, and professional projects. The multi-disciplinary theme extends to research activities on which faculty and students from all programs collaborate. COHSE brings together academic degree programs in:

Student Funding

The Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering receives student funding support from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

All students who are U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents and are admitted to a graduate degree program in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Epidemiology, Occupational Health Nursing and Occupational Safety Engineering are automatically considered for funding. Funding may include partial to full tuition award, travel and a monthly stipend. No additional application is necessary.

college students

We offer the following types of funding:

Traineeships include partial or full tuition support and may also include a modest stipend for University of Michigan (UM) graduate students.

Pilot Project Research Training (PPRT) for both UM and non-UM researchers.