The environmental health field of study is vast and can lead to a wide variety of career opportunities. To assist students in pursuing their specific interests and developing toward their specific careers, the ERHS department has developed combined BS/MS degrees and partnered with other departments to develop interdisciplinary minors.
An Bachelor of Science in environmental health is an applied science that prepares students for employment by public sector environmental agencies, private industry, academic institutions, as well as graduate study in medicine, veterinary medicine, and related biomedical and health fields.
The combined BS/MS program in toxicology awards a Master of Science in environmental health with a specialization in toxicology in 5 years. The BS in environmental health is accredited through the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council.
A combined BS/MS program in health physics results in a Master of Science in environmental health in five years with a specialization in health physics. The BS in environmental health is accredited through the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council.
Housed in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, this minor is a popular choice for EH majors and aligns well with the undergraduate degree curriculum. Get the background you need to help everyone ensure food is safe and high quality "farm to fork," including growers, producers, processors, retailers, and consumers.