Environmental Health professionals examine connections between public health and the world we live in, studying the impacts of industry, urbanization and other human factors and the risks they create for natural resources such as water, air, and soil. Students combine fieldwork with development of analyses aimed at informing public policy and improving the health of communities.
In addition to Environmental Health, the college offers Master of Public Health degrees in a range of disciplines. Click here to see all MPH programs.
Faculty and Research
Programs in Environmental Health are housed in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Learn more about faculty and research opportunities.