The MSPH degree in Environmental Health Sciences prepares students to recognize, evaluate and control global environmental health problems, use quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate environmental data, and to manage delivery of global environmental health services. Beyond the school core requirements, students select elective coursework in consultation with their academic advisor to strengthen their knowledge, skill and competence in specific areas of environmental health.The MSPH degree is designed for both pre- and mid-career professionals.
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The MSPH Degree in Environmental Health Sciences requires a total of 45 credits that includes:
SPHTM - Core Courses (15 Credits)
MSPH in EHS - Required Courses (17 Credits)
Elective Courses (13 credits)
Selected from courses offered within the department, school, or university in consultation with an academic advisor.
Practicum (SPHL 9980)
All Environmental Health Sciences students complete a 200 hour practicum to gain practical experience. The practicum is usually completed after core courses are completed.
Culminating Experience (SPHL 7950)
Students in the MSPH in Environmental Health Sciences conduct a public health analysis.
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