Program 2016-18

The Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS) in Work+Health integrates the three specializations Occupational Medicine (OM), Occupational Hygiene (OH), and Organizational Health Development (OHD). The interdisciplinary DAS Work+Health program consists of both common modules and specialization modules. Please select one of these specializations on the basis of your educational and professional background, and personal interest. As a DAS Work+Health student you have the privilege of taking up to 2 additional modules of the other specializations without additional cost.

Please find bellow the grafical overview and you may also find the tabular module overview with detail information here:

Module Overview


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Overview of modules 2016-18


Common modules (C1 to C8)

The generic topics and practical approaches of work and health are introduced in the common modules. The DAS Work+Health program emphasizes that you learn from, and share your skills and knowledge with, your colleagues through interdisciplinary group work, discussion rounds, and case studies.

Specialization modules

In these modules, beside lectures and group work, you visit work sites in different companies to deepen your specific knowledge and train practical skills. The specializations of DAS Work+Health are:

Group project (C9)

In the concluding interdisciplinary group work of C9, you work independently with colleagues on a given project in the industry. Within this project you demonstrate readiness to take on work and health specialists’ responsibilities and work efficiently in interdisciplinary teams.

Module examination and assessment

To successfully pass a module, you have to successfully pass the module's preparatory homework (pre-assignment), actively participate during all campus lectures, do all the required readings and/or homework seriously, and pass the exam. 


Almost all the modules are open for external participants. The module C1 and C9 can be attended only by students who registered for the whole DAS W+H course, therefore they are not open to external participants.

To register for single modules, you are required to return the completely filled in form. You can find the forms and admission criteria under How to apply.