Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences - MPH
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences trains students in the areas of exposure and risk assessment, environmental and occupational toxicity and injury, risk management and evaluation, and policy. MPH students are admitted to the Comprehensive Program or to the Professional Enhancement Program (PEP) for experienced professionals with at least three years of paid public health or community health experience. Students will select a concentration or they will meet the requirements through careful course selection with their academic advisors.
Outline of Curriculum (to see the full student handbook, MPH Student Handbook 2015-2016)