MPH Elective Course Option: Environmental and Occupational Health
- Global Environmental and Occupational Health (PUBH 6128)
- Global Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Programs (PUBH 6132)
- Social Change and Climate Change (PUBH 6133)
- Researching Climate Change and Public Health (PUBH 6135)
- Intro to Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology (PUBH 6136)
- Microbiomes and Microbial Ecology in Public Health (PUBH 6146)
What Can I Do with Environmental and Occupational Health?
- Environmental sustainability: Research andprovide preventative measures to ensure healthy water, food, air, consumer products and home environments, and examine the effects of climate disruption and contamination.
- Infectious diseases: Help reduce the spread of disease and the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria by improving sanitation systems nation and worldwide.
- Occupational health: Focus on the health and safety of workers across countless work environments, highlighting especially vulnerable environments, like auto, construction and food production industries.
- Risk science and policy: Translate scientific discoveries in view of promoting better health choices for and by the public.
- Social and community dimensions: Discover and share the social factors that contribute to better quality of life and overall health by studying the relationships between communities and environments.