Our Master of Ergonomics, Safety and Health will help you develop the diverse range of skills needed in Australian and international workplaces. Our course is designed and delivered by experienced practitioners and educators, and our online format enables you to study from wherever you choose. You can study a Master of Ergonomics, Safety and health 3 years part-time. Your first two years of study are made up of core subjects. If your first year you'll undertake foundation subjects to develop your skills in the area of occupational health and safety and ergonomics. In the second year you will further develop your knowledge and skills to address the complex nature of workplace occupational health and safety issues. You'll also develop practical skills in assessment, monitoring and prevention, the implementation of sustainable occupational health and safety management systems and the prevention of work-related musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. In your final year of study you'll determine the future of your career as you choose to follow either a practical (Mode 1) or research (Mode 2) stream, choosing to apply the skills you have already learned to either a practical workplace based research project, or a minor thesis through which you conduct systematic research to explore an ergonomics/OHS issue, supervised by an experienced researcher. Students may elect to exit after the successful completion of year 1 with a Graduate Certificate in Ergonomics, Safety and Health or year 2 with a Graduate Diploma in Ergonomics, Safety and Health. The course is full online, enabling busy professional to combine study with other commitments. There are no compulsory attendance requirements and study is part-time (up to maximum of 0. 5 of a full-time load). Students are also offered opportunities to attend seminars throughout the course to enable networking with staff and fellow students.