The Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Sciences consists of 46 credit hours of graduate work including two 3 credit-hour electives and a 6 credit-hour capstone experience comprised of an internship and MPH project or thesis. The program can be completed on either a full- or part-time basis with classes offered in the afternoon and evening. All requirements must be met and the degree awarded within five years following the date of entrance into the program.
Goals: The Master of Public Health program will prepare graduates to work in public health service as practitioners, researchers, administrators, and consultants. The mission of the MPH program with concentration in Environmental Health Sciences is to promote the development of professional practitioners and researchers in environmental health who understand the science, theory and practice of public and environmental health, and can apply this knowledge toward the detection, management, and prevention of environmental health problems. Click here to see the competencies expected of all students who complete an MPH and those with a concentration in Environmental Health Sciences.
To apply to the MPH program, go to the SOPHAS website www.sophas.org.