Courses Details

EHS604: Professional Perspectives in Environmental Health

  • Graduate level
  • Fall term(s)
  • 2 Credit Hour(s)
  • Instructor(s): Jolliet, Olivier
  • Prerequisites: Grad Status, Completion of approved internship, research or practical experience
  • Description: This project-oriented course provides the student the opportunity to integrate academic principles, practical skills and concepts in environmental health as related to the broader scope of public health. Students will carry out a 2 credit hour applied group project, having to synthesize their acquired knowledge from different courses and subplans to address real world problems. Students will provide oral presentation (intermediary and final) and written reports on the conducted project. This culminating capstone course will be elected during the professional students last fall term in residence.
  • Course Goals: At the end of the course students are expected to be able to: G1) formulate an addressable problem from an ill-posed question; G2) propose plausible solutions to challenges in areas within and outside your expertise; G3) function effectively as a member of a multi-faceted team; G4) lead a diverse group of people in addressing new challenges; and G5) communicate effectively with colleagues.