Environmental and Occupational Health Minor
This program is available at the following locations:
Provides undergraduate students with academic and professional experience that will enable them to understand the impact of environmental and occupational hazards on human health and society, as well as developing effective interventions that will control and prevent exposure to hazards. This knowledge will enable them to apply scientific principles and management strategies in the fields of environmental protection, occupational health and safety, and public health.
Minor Code: 747
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Identify major environmental and occupational health and safety hazards that impact workers and the general public.
- Describe the impact of environmental and occupational hazards on human health and society.
- Develop interventions that will control and prevent exposure to hazards.
- Apply scientific principles and management strategies in the fields of environments protections, occupational health and safety and public health.
|FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
|PUBLIC HEALTH TOXICOLOGY
|UNDERGRADUATE EOH SEMINAR 1
|Select five courses from the following:
|AG SAFETY AND HEALTH
|^FOREST OPERATIONS REGULATIONS AND POLICY ISSUES
|*LAND USE PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
|*SUSTAINABILITY FOR THE COMMON GOOD
|*POPULATION, CONSUMPTION, AND ENVIRONMENT
|*CLIMATE AND HEALTH
|SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS AND LAWS
|*GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
|EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
H 480 must be taken three times, one credit each term
Minor Code: 747