The accelerated Track III combined degree program offers advanced students the opportunity to combine their ERHS undergraduate degree with an MS in environmental health to complete both degrees in less time.
This intensified program allows students to pursue professional school or a career sooner. ERHS talented and enthusiastic faculty like David Gilkey, Associate Professor (left), thrive on helping undergraduate students succeed.
The combined BS/MS Track III program in the department of ERHS culminates in the awarding of the MS after five years at CSU. The BS in environmental health is accredited through the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council.
Undergraduates enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program in environmental health at CSU and who have completed the following may apply for admission to the combined bachelor’s/master’s degree program:
- at least 75 credits of coursework toward their degrees, including 15 credits in upper division courses required by their major
- have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
If you are interested in the Track III combined degree path, contact Dr. Marie Legare before applying.