Joint Master of Public Health in Environmental and Occupational Health and Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness (MPH, Joint-EOH/BSDP)
Requirements: The MPH, Joint - EOH/BSDP, which begins in the summer semester with BSDP Fundamentals of Disaster Planning, requires the completion of the MPH core curriculum and the joint concentration curriculum.
Joint Concentration Curriculum (33 credit-hours)
BSDP.566 Fundamentals of Disaster Planning
BSDP.570 Public Health and Disasters
BSDP.572 Communicable Diseases and Infection Control
BSDP.573 Disaster Planning for Infectious Disease Disasters
BSDP.582 Disaster Management and Risk Analysis
EOH.510 Human Toxicology and Environmental Health
EOH.520 Evaluation of Environmental Hazards
EOH.540 Human Health Risk Analysis
EOH.625 Capstone in Environmental and Occupational Health
EPI. 550 Environmental and Occupational Health
Three credit-hours of advisor-approved electives.
The minimum total credit-hours required is 54.
Students can combine the Environmental and Occupational Health concentration with Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness. This joint concentration allows students to combine related disciplines in order to be marketable in both the public and private sector.
Program graduates will be uniquely and specifically prepared for management positions combining the skill sets employed by environmental specialists, industrial hygienists, hazardous waste managers, and air quality experts, but with a disaster planning, response, and mitigation focus.
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