MPH 802 - Environmental Health

Credits: 3

This is a three-credit graduate-level course consisting of a 3-hour meeting per week. Students will be exposed to professional practice of environmental sciences, epidemiology, toxicology, occupational health and industrial hygiene, and consumer health and safety. Topics include the methods for defining environmental contamination; identifying contaminants, pathogens and toxins; assessing risks and causality; determining health impact; ameliorating hazards; and protecting the population through waste management, regulatory programs, environmental inspections, food and product safety, and environmental policy. Includes interaction with professionals in public health practice.  There will be 3 one hour lectures each week. Participation is required.

Typically Offered
Fall

Crosslisted:
DMP - 802 Environmental Health


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