Degrees Offered With a Major in Environmental and Global Health

  • Master of Health Science
    • concentration in One Health

Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.

Environmental and Global Health Departmental Courses

PHC 6301Aquatic Systems and Environmental Health3
PHC 6313Environmental Health Concepts in Public Health2-3
PHC 6424Environmental Policy and Risk Management in Public Health3
PHC 6445Global Public Health and Development II3
PHC 6446Systems Thinking in One Health3
PHC 6512Environmental Management of Vector-Borne Diseases3
PHC 6515One Health: Applied Techniques in Public Health Entomology3
PHC 6702Environmental Monitoring and Exposure Assessment3
PHC 6764Global Public Health and Development I3
PHC 6900Environmental and Global Health Journal Club1
PHC 6937Special Topics in Public Health1-6
PHC 6947Environmental and Global Health Capstone Experience3-5
PHC 7307Quantitative Assessment of Environmental Health Impacts3

College of Public Health and Health Professions Courses

PHC 6001Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health3
PHC 6052Introduction to Biostatistical Methods3
PHC 6053Regression Methods for the Health and Life Sciences3
PHC 6313Environmental Health Concepts in Public Health2-3
PHC 6937Special Topics in Public Health1-6

Environmental & Global Health (MHS)  

SLO 1     Knowledge        
Students discuss the One Health concept and how it is used to tackle complex public health problems

SLO 2     Skills     
Students will apply problem-solving skills analyzing and synthesizing content knowledge in One Health concept

SLO 3     Professional Behavior   
Students will display professional behavior, cultural sensitivity, teamwork and appropriate communication when criticizing or defending scientific research