The Department of Occupational and Environmental Health strives to unite interdisciplinary training and research for persons grounded in natural, physical, and health sciences. This facilitates understanding of human responses to the environment and environmental responses to the activities of humans. Flexible and diversified graduate study, field training, and basic and applied research accommodate students from a wide range of academic and occupational backgrounds. The Doctor of Philosophy degree requires in-depth study in a specialty within the broad field of occupational and environmental health. The Master of Science area of focus is a combined Environmental Health Sciences/Industrial Hygiene track which is ABET-accredited.
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