The Master of Health Science (MHS) Program provides one-on-one mentorship, coursework, and research opportunities, incorporating transdisciplinary, technical and analytical skills to address environmental and global health challenges.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) Program provides professional development in public, environmental, and human health practice, and risk assessment training to address a diverse a range of public health issues affecting individuals and communities.
The PhD in Public Health, One Health Concentration provides training in infectious disease transmission and pathogenesis at the intersection of animal, plant, human and environmental sciences.
The PhD in Public Health, Environmental Health Concentration prepares students for the rigors of independent scientific investigation and leadership to engage in environmental and public health research focusing on contaminant stress and exposure outcomes.
The One Health Certificate provides training for students and professionals to explore interfaces between animal, human and environmental health to address complex global challenges. The program is offered full or part time and can be taken on campus or online.
The Global Health certificate offers students an introduction to the range of existing and emerging global health threats and an ability to assess the effect of social, economic, and environmental factors on their distribution.