This Graduate Certificate seeks to provide graduate level instruction in environmental and occupational health to non-graduate-degreed practitioners. Upon completion of the certificate, the student will be able to develop, implement, manage, and assess environmental and occupational health programs for local, state, and Federal regulatory agencies. This certificate program is open to non-degree-seeking students only.
The Graduate Certificate Program requires the completion of 18 graduate credits. The student must demonstrate proficiency in the identification and characterization of human and ecological exposures to environmental and occupational contaminants. Students who are proficient in any one area covered by the required courses may choose from selected alternative courses to complete their requirements.
|PHC 6315||Introduction to Environmental Health||3|
|PHC 6355||Occupational Health and Safety||3|
|PHC 6310||Environmental and Occupational Toxicology||3|
|PHC 6307||Exposure Assessment in Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology||3|
|PHC 6001||Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology||3|
|PHC 6004||Injury Epidemiology and Violence Prevention||3|
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university, and must have completed a prerequisite graduate course in biostatistics or social science statistics.
Graduation (completion) Requirements
Completion of 18 graduate credits with an overall ‘B’ average.