Environmental Health Sciences Program

The need to maintain a healthful and safe environment in the face of an expanding population and complex technological pressures is becoming increasingly important. This need is being met, in part, by environmental health scientists and safety professionals trained in a multidisciplinary manner.

Environmental Health Scientists protect the quality of the air we breathe, the waters we drink and play in, as well as the food that we eat. The Environmental Health Scientist's tasks include environmental surveillance and program management necessary to assure safe and healthy conditions in public and private water supplies, food and drug processing concerns, food serving establishment, waste disposal systems, industrial operations, recreational facilities and in our homes.

Safety professionals have training and background in hazard identification, evaluation and management. They are individuals who have achieved professional status in the safety field.

Accreditation

Accredited by the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council

Membership

Member of the Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs