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Environmental Health Science Minor (15 Credits, 9 unique to minor)

Explores the interrelationship between human health and the environment.  The interplay of human activities, natural earth processes, and ecological processes influences both human health and the quality of the environment. 

Required Courses:

  • EHS 210 Introduction to Environmental Health Science
  • EHS 324 Environmental Toxicology
  • BIO/PBH206 Epidemiology for the Liberal Arts

 

Minor Electives (Choose 2)

  • EES/PBH 323 Drinking Water Management
  • EES 423  Health & Safety at Hazard Waste Sites
  • EES 300/301 Introduction to GIS Lecture/Lab or EES 340 Geographic Info Systems w/Lab
  • EHS 410 Hydrogeology for Environmental Health Professional
  • EHS 420 Occupational Health and Safety
  • EHS 480 Independent Study
  • EHS 494 Supervised Field Experience
  • PSC 350 Public Policy and Decision-Making