Master of Science (MS)

Environmental Health Sciences

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EHS students can choose a concentration in Toxicology or Environmental Health Data Science to prepare for challenging and fulfilling scientifically oriented careers in government, non-profits, pharmaceuticals, and academia. While finishing their degree in as little as 12 months, students also obtain valuable Applied Practice Experience (APEx) and complete a Master's research thesis.


The Master of Science degree with a track in Toxicology provides students with expertise and training in environmental exposure, regulation, and mitigation.

Environmental Health Data Science

The Master of Science degree with a track in Environmental Health Data Science provides students with quantitative skills needed to work with and analyze complex environmental health data sources used in the environmental health sciences, including geospatial modeling, advanced statistics, and data management.