Part time Master's Degree in Safety Engineering in France

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

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Advanced Master in Safety Engineering and Management

INSA Toulouse
Campus 1 year September 2018 France Toulouse

The objective of this one-year Advanced Master course is to offer lectures in English dealing with generic aspects of safety management and their applications in various domains of engineering. [+]

Advanced Master in Safety Engineering and Management – Previously called Risk Engineering

The objective of this one-year Advanced Master course is to offer lectures in English dealing with generic aspects of safety management and their applications in various domains of engineering.

The first semester contains 2 parts Part A concerns generic knowledge, including concepts of risk, risk identification, analysis, evaluation, and treatment, communication and consultation, safety management system, legal and human factors in risk management (20 ECTS Credits). Part B deals with application fields: Process safety, toxicological risks for human health, environmental risks associated with toxic products, natural and technological risks for construction, dependability of computing systems, risks associated with radiation, safety of electrical systems. This second part does not require deep knowledge of each domain as an introduction to useful skills will be supplied. A large part of the lectures is provided by professionals (25 ECTS). The second semester is dedicated to an internship in firms (30 ECTS) ... [-]