A degree that addresses critical needs, globally and locally
From the built hazards of the modern workplace to the positive effects of green spaces on our health and well-being, the world's need for professionals that understand the relationship between the environment and human health has never been more crucial. The M.S. in Environmental and Occupational Health is a research-focused degree that will provide you with the necessary skills to address issues like the safety of our water, food, and air, or the spread of toxins and disease in the wake of natural disasters related to climate change.
You will graduate prepared to take advantage of the wide range of opportunities available in the field's rapidly expanding job market. Positions for environmental scientists, specialists, and protection technicians are increasingly in demand in virtually every sector of the workforce, including state and local health departments, pharmaceutical and chemical companies, and global organizations and agencies.