Master of Public Health Degree

The 60 credit hour Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) in Environmental Health Sciences is aimed primarily at graduates in the natural and applied sciences.   The MPH program is designed to prepare individuals to function in leadership positions in the environmental health sciences field. We emphasize on preparing students for careers in a wide range of organizations across local, regional, state, national, and international contexts who expect to go on to careers as practitioners and leaders in one or more of the fields of applied environmental and/or occupational health. In many cases, these individuals intend to achieve professional certifications.

The M.P.H. is offered in the following areas:

   Environmental Health Promotion and Policy (EHPP)

The EHPP M.P.H. program provides students with the public health background and skills to evaluate environmental and occupational health risks and develop solutions based on health promotion and policy tools to reduce such risks.will provide students with the public health background and skills to evaluate environmental and occupational health risks and develop solutions based on health promotion and policy tools to reduce such risks.

   Environmental Health Sciences (EHS)

The Environmental Health Sciences MPH provides a broad foundation in environmental and occupational health while also allowing you to specialize in a concentration listed below.

For all MPH Students