MPH in Environmental and Occupational Health

MPH in Environmental and Occupational Health

The Highest Standards in Public Health Education within Your Reach

A Master of Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health provides students with the knowledge and skills to solve complex environmental and occupational health problems facing the public. Coursework and extensive practical experience will prepare you to assume an active role in the public or private sector.

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Program of Study

The MPH with a concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health provides the opportunity to earn an advanced degree within a two-year period by completing 44 credit hours of course work if taking courses full-time (4 courses per semester) or within 4 years if pursuing the degree as a part-time student (2 courses per semester). This is a non-thesis degree but does require a 4-credit field experience of practical application of environmental health principles under the supervision of a qualified preceptor.

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For more information about this program, please contact:

Kan Shao, PhD
Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
envrecr@indiana.edu

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