Environmental and occupational health and safety professionals are trained to evaluate and control environmental factors that may cause or contribute to health problems. Two distinct majors are available: Environmental Health Science and Industrial Hygiene.
The environmental health science option prepares you for a career in one of the many fields of public health. It also fulfills the educational requirements for registration as a sanitarian and for admission to a graduate school of public health. The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health will be awarded upon completion of the prescribed course of study and official application for degree conferral.
Even if your mathematics placement exam result is MATH 263 (which means that you have demonstrated quantitative skills sufficient to meet the Tier I requirement), you must complete one of the following: