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Learning Outcomes

At the end of the programme, the graduates will be able to:

PO1: 
Apply core knowledge and display the ability to use theoretical and practical skills in all situations involving environmental and occupational hazards and safety.
PO2: 
Demonstrate technical skills and capable in creating perception in order to identify environmental and occupational health’s problems.
PO3: 
Apply critical and creative thinking in acquiring environmental and occupational health information and apply scientific knowledge in research towards effective services.
PO4: 
Apply communication skills effectively at any working environment in all organizations, industrials and society.
PO5: 
Demonstrate social skills and participate as team player in order to catch the organization goal and able to solve environmental and occupational health’s problem as a group.
PO6: 
Demonstrate good values, attitudes, and professional ethics in environmental and occupational safety, applications and services.
PO7:   Apply lifelong education and ICT skills, and identify resources to enhance services and research in environmental and occupational.
PO8: 
Identify and manipulate entrepreneur resources and skills in environmental and occupational related-skills and professions to facilitate society group in need.
PO9: 
Demonstrate and apply leadership as healthcare professionals in activities related to environmental, occupational, healthcare and research.

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School of Health Sciences
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Universiti Sains Malaysia,
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Kelantan. Malaysia.
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