Environmental Health Sciences

The Division of Environmental Health Sciences focuses on environmental and occupational health concerns, from investigating hazards in our environment to establishing the basis for public health policy.

Our division offers MPH, MS, and PhD degree options across a number of specialty areas, allowing you to focus on an area of concentration. Students can choose one of many areas of emphasis to pursue distinct interests through elective courses, or customize your degree to fit interests and career goals.


Our faculty are leaders in the field, researching all aspects of environmental health while our numerous research centers help connect us to the community through events, research initiatives, and outreach. EnHS faculty play major roles in many centers and institutes within our division, and across the University, impacting local, state, regional, national and global communities.



You can help support the academic and research activities of EnHS students with a gift to one of many division funds, including scholarships, fellowships, and research centers.


A world in which environmental justice and health equity prevail.


The Division of Environmental Health Sciences improves the health of individuals and communities by conducting rigorous and collaborative research to identify risks, reduce hazards, and inform public health policies, and by providing outstanding interdisciplinary education to prepare future environmental health practitioners and leaders.

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Division of Environmental Health Sciences
1260 Mayo Building, MMC 807
420 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

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