Environmental Health Sciences offers four degrees that guide an exploration of our environment and explain how it contributes to health—whether measuring the effect of toxic substances on brain development, reducing levels of arsenic in drinking water, or understanding how air pollution affects health.

Master of Public Health (MPH)
Master of Science (MS)
Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)
  • Five-year program
  • In-person
  • Full-time program
  • Application deadline: TBD
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) degree (or equivalent) from an accredited school of public health required
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Five-year program, fully funded
  • In-person
  • Full-time program
  • Application deadline: Dec. 1
  • Areas of Study: Exposure Science/Environmental Epidemiology, Environmental Epigenetics/Molecular Mechanisms, Environmental Prevention/Mitigation, Climate and Health
Non-Degree Offerings

Undergraduate students, researchers and public health professionals can continue their education with a variety of educational offerings.