Master of Occupational Health (MOccH)
Program Chair: Prof. Elizabeth Fireman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Program Advisor: Dr. Patricia Chuwers (email@example.com)
Secretary: Ms. Ronit Spiegel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The aim of the Master of Occupational Health (MOccH) program at TAU is to prepare students to practice as advanced professionals and responsible leaders in preventing and treating work-related injuries and illnesses. The program is intended for healthcare professionals or individuals who wish to complete specialized training in the field of occupational and environmental health sciences.
Graduates of the MOccH program have the knowledge and skill to work in disease management, environmental health, emergency preparedness and disaster planning, workplace hazard detection, legal and regulatory compliance, and safety and health promotion in the workplace or community. Other career opportunities may include healthcare-related services, including roles as clinicians, educators, consultants, policy developers, researchers, or program managers.
- Ability to read, write, and speak Hebrew fluently.
- Applicants must have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution with a minimum grade average of 80 points (B), as well as experience and/or interest in Public Health.
- All students are required to complete a research thesis or project:
- Thesis Track: Students who decide to write a thesis are required to complete 36 credits of coursework and present an oral defense.
- Project Track: Students who chose to do a project must complete 44 credits of coursework.
All courses are taught in Hebrew unless specified otherwise.