The master's degree provides the knowledge, skills and competencies necessary to be a professional specialist in quality systems, the environment and occupational health and safety, areas that today are considered three of the fundamental pillars on which to carry out a good business management, making the master a very competitive tool in the world of work.
The master's degree is coordinated by the Catholic University of Valencia and the AIDIMME Technological Institute, which provides the degree with a more practical approach focused on the problems and real needs of companies, having achieved a balanced teaching staff among university professors, professionals in the sector and representatives of regulatory bodies and public administration.
Internships in companies are compulsory and guaranteed, being, due to the way in which they are managed, training practices, useful, mostly remunerated and with a future due to the high degree of employability associated with them.
goalsImplement, maintain and improve integrated quality, environmental and health and safety management systems at work, complying with the international standards of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, performing the functions of management representative.
Prepare, plan and execute internal audits of management systems and preparation of audit reports.
To develop the functions of Superior Level in the matter of Prevention of Labor Risks in the specialties of Security in the Work, Industrial Hygiene and Ergonomics and Applied Psychosociology.
Carry out specific studies in the field of management systems (Environmental Diagnostics, Risk Assessment, AMFE, etc.).Blended methodologyThe master's degree is taught in the blended modality, through theoretical-practical classes, seminars, visits, tutorials and practices, culminating with the completion of a Master's Final Project (TFM).Internships in companiesThe practices will have a minimum duration of 300 hours and a maximum of 1,160 hours in person at the company. During this time the student will develop the concepts acquired during the course.