£7,250 per year
The MS in Public Health, concentration in Environmental Health Sciences is an academic degree program involving coursework and laboratory research tailored to the student’s interests. The MS in Environmental Health is often the preferred degree for students who wish to work in a highly technical field in environmental or occupational health or wish to continue in advanced graduate study. Current areas of research focus include water quality, especially contaminants in reclaimed water, air quality at the US-Mexico border and in South America, children’s exposures, biomonitoring, and detection of novel contaminants through advanced analytical techniques including time of flight mass spectrometry.
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