Students working towards their Masters of Public Health (MPH) in Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) have their choice to study topics such as: biological mechanisms, environmental health, data analysis, epidemiology and molecular epidemiology, risk assessment, occupational hazards, and policy and policy analysis.
EHS offers four certificates based in the department. Students have the opportunity to choose one certificate to receive training in a second, more focused area of expertise beyond the primary discipline.
Certificate programs offered in the EHS Department:
Additional certificates, which are officially compatible with the Department:
- Applied Biostatistics and Public Health Data Science
- Child, Youth, and Family Health
- Epidemiology of Chronic Disease
- Global Health
- Health and Human Rights
- Health of an Aging Society
- Health Policy and Practice
- History, Ethics, and Law
- Infectious Disease Epidemiology
- Injury and Violence Prevention
- Population Mental Health
- Public Health and Humanitarian Action
- Public Health Research Methods
- Sexuality, Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Social Determinants of Health
Application Deadline: Priority deadline December 1, accepting completed applications until January 15 to begin studies the following fall.
Ready to start working towards your EHS Masters degree? Visit our application page to learn more about deadlines, requirements, and more.
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