BSPH in Environmental Health

A science-based, real-world curriculum

You'll study the five core areas essential to public health professionals—environmental health, epidemiology, biostatistics, public health administration, and community health. At the same time, you will take specialized courses in areas such as toxicology, environmental sampling, environmental management and policy, and occupational safety that deepen your expertise. When you graduate, you'll have the tools to uncover, understand, and limit the effects of hazardous agents on individuals and communities.

Research opportunities are available to qualified undergraduates, as are overseas learning experiences supervised by our faculty. Once your course work is complete, you will apply your knowledge through a required internship. 

When you are ready to explore your career interests, you will have access to the Office of Career Services. Our career coaches will work with you to develop a personalized plan for your future.