Environmental Health Sciences, M.S.
- Students are expected to demonstrate an overall mastery of the major concepts and applications of public health principles in environmental health sciences.
- Students are expected to understand and be able to discuss the major concepts and applications of environmental health practice specific to their respective research interest
- Student will identify major issues and knowledge gaps in a specific area of the environmental health sciences, develop original hypotheses, design a research program, and defend research findings that make significant contributions to the identified issues and knowledge gaps.
Degree Requirements (36 Hours)
|Select Departmental Courses||12|
|Select Quantitative and Technical Skills||9|
|ENHS 660||Concepts of Environmental Health Science||3|
|EPID 700||Introduction to Epidemiology||3|
|PUBH 700||Perspectives in Public Health||3|
|ENHS 799||Thesis Preparation||1-9|
|Total Credit Hours||31-39|