Environmental and Occupational Health
B.S. in Public Health (BSPH)
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Who should consider the BSPH-Environmental Health Program?
We are seeking talented, committed. energetic students for our BSPH program. We may be the right program for you if you:
- Have a strong interest in the environment and want to make a difference in the world.
- Enjoy biology, microbiology, chemistry, physics, and other natural sciences.
- Want to apply learned scientific principles and skills to develop solutions to complex environmental health problems?
- Want internship experiences and other applied hands-on opportunities before graduation.
- Care about environmental justice and protecting the health of communities.
- Are good at seeing the “big picture” but also are detail-oriented.
- Desire a rewarding and satisfying high-impact career focused on preventing and controlling environmental health hazards.
- Want to enter a growing field with good current and future job opportunities.
- Want a flexible degree with the option to pursue future graduate or professional education.
We encourage applications from students who have been traditionally underrepresented in environmental health sciences. These include but are not limited to first-generation college students, low income students, those with disabilities, and from ethnic minority, immigrant, and other diverse backgrounds.
We invite you to learn more about our BSPH. Please look through our website and check out our outstanding academic curriculum and courses, caring faculty, and unique student opportunities for internships, field and laboratory research, and community outreach. If you don’t find what you need please feel free to contact us for further information. We would be more than happy to help you!
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