The PhD degree in the Environmental Health Sciences is an advanced research degree that prepares students to employ laboratory and community approaches to address adverse environmental health impacts. Students use basic and applied research methodologies to examine consequences of chemical and non-chemical stressors and disasters. Graduates of the PhD programs advance to careers at academic institutions, governmental agencies, industry and nonprofit organizations.
Applicants must meet the school's admission requirements for entrance into doctoral programs.
Department Chair: Charles Miller, PhD
Program Director: Charles Miller, PhD
Department Administrator: Geraldine Neville
Phone: (504) 988-5374
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