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A Ph.D. in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences focuses on advanced research and scholarship in areas such as toxicology, exposure science, risk assessment, and public health policy related to environmental and occupational health.


Students engage in interdisciplinary coursework, independent research, and collaborate with faculty on projects aimed at understanding and mitigating the health effects of environmental and workplace hazards. In addition to core coursework, students may pursue research topics like air and water pollutionh, occupational safety and injury prevention, the development of sustainable environmental practices, or the evaluation of interventions to reduce exposure to hazardous substances in various work settings.


The program culminates in the completion of a doctoral dissertation, contributing novel insights to the field.

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