in Environmental Health
The Environmental Health Program provides graduates with the technical and administrative skills to function in industry, governmental agencies, consulting firms, and academia. Graduates are qualified to enter the workforce in air and water quality control, solid and hazardous waste management, occupational health and industrial hygiene, environmental toxicology and risk assessment, epidemiology, and disease surveillance.
All students seeking admission to this program must formally apply to the Admissions and Academic Standards Committee in the College through the Program Director. Applications must be accompanied by official transcripts of all college work (with evaluations from the University Registrar) and two letters of recommendation from previous teachers, advisors, or workplace supervisors. All applicants must have met ASSET responsibility and have a GPA of 2.50 or better on a 4.00 scale in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics before entering the Program. Students must have acceptance prior to enrollment in professional courses.
Advanced standing within the Health Sciences is the administrative placement of a student in a specific health program based on program requirements and the applicant’s completion of previous credits. Program applicants who qualify for advanced standing receive an administratively approved, individually prepared degree plan that recognizes previously earned college credits and professional credentials.