Environmental Health

The MS in Environmental Health offers a number of concentrations to customize your degree.

Degrees are also available in:

Environmental Health General Program
Develop a broad foundation in environmental health, and explore your own interests with numerous elective credits. You may start in the General Program program and move to one of the concentrations listed below, or focus on the General Program throughout your degree.


Environmental Chemistry
Explore the interactions of pollutants with air, water, soil and their exposures to humans and wildlife.

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.

Exposure Sciences
Study methods for the identification, measurement, and simulation of human exposure and dose resulting from multimedia environmental exposures.

Environmental & Occupational 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 Injury Prevention Research Training
A multifaceted approach to training, with an emphasis on preventing and controlling workplace injuries.

Regulatory Toxicology and Risk Assessment
Think analytically about the biochemical mechanisms of toxicity and how toxicity is used to protect human health.

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