Environmental Health Sciences

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.

Global Issues

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.

Workplace Interventions

Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology
Identify factors that cause diseases and injuries within the environment and workplace.

Industrial Hygiene
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.