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|