What is Environmental Health?
Environmental health is the study of the chemical, biological and physical factors in our environment that positively or negatively impact human health. It encompasses the assessment and control of those environmental factors in our air, water, soil, homes and workplaces, and is targeted towards preventing disease and creating healthy environments.
Why Choose Environmental Health at Colorado State University
The CSU Environmental Health Program is one of only two Environmental Health programs in the Rocky Mountain Region that is fully accredited by the standard of the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC).
The program is one of only 31 in the nation, and has been accredited since 1973.
The program offers small class sizes, plentiful opportunities for hands-on experience, and strong faculty-student relationships.
Environmental Health Internships
The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health includes a required 300-hour senior capstone internship. Read about prior ERHS undergraduate internships.