Programs

The EHS Department is home to four degree granting programs, a program for minority undergraduate students in the sciences to learn about research in environmental health, and numerous training workshops for public health professionals.

Master of Public Health

Learning in the classroom and in the field, our MPH students explore a variety of interests including, biological mechanisms, data analysis, epidemiology and molecular epidemiology, risk assessment, occupational hazards, and policy analysis.

Master of Science

Our MS students can choose a concentration in Environmental Toxicology or Radiological Sciences to prepare for scientifically oriented careers in government, non-profits, pharmaceuticals and academia.

Doctor of Public Health

With a specific focus on environmental risks to human health, our DrPH students prepare for advanced public health practice and administration.

Doctor of Philosophy

Our PhD students develop the skills needed for advanced basic research, teaching, and leadership positions in environmental health sciences.

PrIMER

The Program to Inspire Minority Undergraduates in Environmental Health Science Research (PrIMER) provides opportunities for minority undergraduate students in the sciences to learn about research in environmental health. 

Training Workshops

Our six workshops provide in-demand skills in: Environmental Mixtures, Epigenetics, Geographic Information system (GIS), Mendelian Randomization, Primary Investigator (PI) lab management, and Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) training.