Mercy College adds undergrad degree in EHS Management

November 1997
Professional Safety;Nov97, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p14
Academic Journal
Announces that Mercy College, located in Yorkstown Heights, New York, has added a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health and Safety Management to its degree programs. Reason for this decision; Plans by the college to gain accreditation.


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