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Environmental Health Science

Environmental Health Science is the study of how the environment impacts human health, disease and natural resources. Environmental health professionals are best known for their efforts to ensure safe water, food, and air quality, and sanitary conditions. Available courses include:

  • Air, Food, and Water Quality
  • Environmental Law
  • Toxicology
  • Environmental Analysis
  • Human Health Risk Assessment

Graduates with an Environmental Health Science major go on to assess air and water qualify, and noise pollution; serve as first responders in the event of emergencies such as chemical spills; work in the corporate world in health safety communications or informatics; work with government or non-profit organizations in areas such as bioterrorism; or continue their education in graduate, law or medical school.

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