The MPH in Environmental Health Sciences offers a number of concentrations for you to customize your degree.
Design Your Own Curriculum
Environmental Health General Program
Develop a broad foundation in environmental health with a large number of elective credits to explore your own interests.
Environmental Infectious Diseases
Examine the emergence of food borne and infectious diseases.
Global Environmental Health
Examine global health from a public health perspective, including analyzing issues around water and air quality, food safety, industrialization and deforestation.
Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology
Identify factors that cause diseases and injuries within the environment and workplace.
Study the health and safety of people at work, specifically potential workplace hazards.
Occupational & Environmental Health Nursing
Intensive training for nurses interested in the development, management and evaluation of health services that promote health and prevent work-related injuries and disease.
Occupational & Environmental Medicine
Trains physicians to improve the health and safety of workers.
Regulatory Toxicology & Risk Management
Think analytically about the biochemical mechanisms of toxicity and how toxicity is used to protect human health.