Environmental and Occupational Health

B.S. in Public Health (BSPH)

Special Features of the Environmental Health BSPH Program
  • Interdisciplinary, applied degree combines public health with the life and other sciences  
  • Career focused on the protection of health (human & animal) and the environment
  • Exciting major that can make a difference in the lives of people and their communities
  • Strong social and environmental justice and sustainability perspective
  • Development of analytical and technical skills needed for critical thinking, problem-solving
  • Small class size for most major environmental health courses
  • Supportive, caring, experienced faculty instructors and mentors
  • Low faculty-to-student ratio  (be a person, not a just number in our program)
  • Hands-on experiences through required internship in a professional setting and other experience-based learning opportunities
  • Very good current and future employment opportunities for BSPH graduates
  • Excellent major for students interested in pursuing future professional or graduate degrees in medicine, veterinary science, public health, and other health-related fields
  • Paid & volunteer field and lab-based research opportunities available for qualified students
  • Opportunities for qualified students to present research at professional and scientific meetings
  • Global health learning and research opportunities with experienced faculty available for qualified students in Latin America, Asia, and Africa  
Interested?  Want more information?  Department of Environmental and Occupational Health
Tel: 812-856-2448 Email:envrhlth@indiana.edu 
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