Program Resources

Three students attending a construction association conference in Chicago
Students attending a construction association conference in Chicago.

The M.S. in Risk Control program's strength is due in part to its ability to utilize a variety of regional-based resources. These resources include:

  • Company facilities for students and faculty to perform on-site tours as well as research projects,
  • Guest presentations from professionals who work in the risk control/safety field,
  • A dedicated laboratory for M.S. Risk Control students to work and study in, and
  • Web-based resources.

Standing UW-Stout graduates Kari Berthiaume (left) and Scotty Wertel (right) leading a class discussion/tour for students enrolled in the RC-387/587 Human Factors Engineering/Ergonomics course at the Andersen Corporation facility in Menomonie.
Standing UW-Stout graduates Kari Berthiaume (left) and Scotty Wertel (right) leading a class discussion/tour for students enrolled in the RC-387/587 Human Factors Engineering/Ergonomics course at the Andersen Corporation facility in Menomonie.


Program Affiliations

The following are a variety of professional risk control/safety resources that greatly enhance our graduates' competencies:

 

Additional Web-Based Resources