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The Master of Science (MS) program with a generalist concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (EOHS) offers a unique perspective that emphasizes both environmental and worker justice, coupled with a strong focus on research.

With an MS in EOHS, students acquire a diverse skill set aimed at investigating and addressing environmental and occupational health issues while advocating for health equity. The program emphasizes hands-on research, involving students, faculty, and alumni in tackling complex occupational and environmental health challenges.


Students can enroll in our Master of Public Health (MPH) or Master of Science (MS) program in EOHS. All students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to assess exposures, identify hazards, and assess risk. Which degree is right for you?

MPH: Practical focus, with internships and capstone projects.

MS: Research-oriented, with a thesis requirement.

Quick guide to Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences

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SPH faculty, staff and students are collaborating to advance public health in 65 nations across the world.  MPH students develop global health skills through SPH’s global health program and global applied practice experiences.  In particular, SPH’s Program in Kenya provides diverse opportunities for students interested in water quality and health to develop and test novel methods for clean water access.

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