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Graduate Credits for LSI Short Course

(Live and On-Demand Courses)

Participants that attend The Laboratory Safety Institute’s (LSI) short courses can earn graduate credits in education from the University of San Diego (USD). One to three semester-hour credits are awarded for the successful completion of LSI’s short courses, plus additional work.

The amount of additional class work depends on the number of credit hours sought.  All participants complete #1 below.  One or more of items 2-4 may be required.  Please call (508-647-1900508-647-1900) to discuss your interest and the required additional course work.

Students must register for graduate credit within seven days of the start of the course.

1. Prepare a written report of how you would apply what you've learned in the class to improve your organization's
    lab safety program.

  •      Immediate: during the first month 
  •      Short Term: during the first year 
  •      Long Term: during the first five years
    The report should anticipate some of the difficulties you might encounter in implementing the plan and what
    actions would be taken to deal with these anticipated difficulties.

2. Conduct a lab inspection report of findings and recommendations.

3. Perform an audit of your lab safety program.

4. Successfully complete a written exam.

Registration and payment is in two parts (1) USD and (2) LSI. Please first contact LSI about obtaining Grad credit. LSI will send you information about registering with USD. Please complete and return LSI's Grad credit application form.

LSI will work with you to provide assistance in the completion of your assignment. LSI will grade your course work and submit final grades to USD. Transcripts will be provided by USD.

If you are currently enrolled in another institution and wish to transfer in these credit(s), please check with your current institution about the suitability of this course for transfer before registering.

Graduate Credit Form: PDF

If you have additional questions please contact Dr. James Kaufman.

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