MPH in Environmental Health
The University of Florida Master of Public Health in Environmental Health is a public health degree program focused on improving health by preventing, identifying, tracking, and mitigating environmental risk factors. Our curriculum addresses a diverse range of environmental issues that concern individuals and communities. Courses and other educational experiences are carefully structured to enable students to develop competence in very specific environmental health skills.
The program offers particular depth in the effects of hazardous materials on human health and the environment through courses in toxicology and risk assessment. Required courses include general toxicology, toxic substances, human health risk assessment, risk communication, and exposure assessment. Included in the concentration core are courses on air pollution, water pollution and wastewater management, and food sanitation and safety where public health activities are guided by federal and state laws and regulations. Through additional elective courses, which draw on the extensive expertise of University of Florida faculty and the unique ecology of our state, students may focus on community environmental health, infectious diseases, food safety, toxicology, and risk assessment
Click here to view curriculum of the Standard 48-credit MPH, Environmental Health Concentration
Click here to view curriculum of the Accelerated 42-credit MPH, Environmental Health Concentration
- Applications and eligibility requirements for financial aid can be found at the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) site at www.fafsa.ed.gov. (The University of Florida code for the FAFSA is 001535.)
- Other graduate funding resources can be found here: UF Graduate School Funding Resources
- For information regarding federal or private loan eligibility, or financial aid processing questions or concerns, please contact Student Financial Aid at 352-392-1275 or by visiting www.sfa.ufl.edu.