Environmental and Occupational Health Minor

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.

Required Courses
H 344FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH3
H 407SEMINAR2
H 410INTERNSHIP9
H 445*OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH3
H 448PUBLIC HEALTH TOXICOLOGY3
H 480UNDERGRADUATE EOH SEMINAR1
Select two of the following electives:6
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
AG SAFETY AND HEALTH
*FOOD LAW
*ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
*SUSTAINABILITY FOR THE COMMON GOOD
SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS AND LAWS
EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
APPLIED ERGONOMICS
Total Hours27

Minor Code: 747