Dr. Bryan W. Brooks, Director
Environmental Health Science Program
One Bear Place #97266
Baylor Sciences Building, C416
Waco, Texas 76798
E: [email protected]
T: (254) 710-6553
Environmental health is a field of science that studies how the environment influences human health and disease. "Environment" in this context means identifying and addressing how the environment impacts human health and natural resources.
This emerging and exciting field is a terrific way to combine interdisciplinary science coursework with a passion for the environment and improving people's lives. Since this major pulls from many different areas, you'll be well-versed in not only the science of environmental health, but also with the environment's connections to economics, public policy and law. Additionally, you'll be one of few to have formal education in this high-demand field, positioned for success in a variety of jobs.
In this program, you'll take a variety of courses that help you understand how
the environment influences human health and disease. This means taking classes in nutrition, chemistry, biology, environmental science, economics and others.
Email Dr. Bryan Brooks for more information in this area or visit this website. A variety of agencies and organizations offer listings for summer internships, fall and spring internships, and jobs that would be a great fit for your skills upon graduation.