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MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Environmental Public Health (EPH)

This is an accelerated, 15-month, 52-credit program for students who plan to pursue practice-based careers in private industry or federal, state or local government agencies. Learn how to identify, evaluate and control exposures to chemical and microbial contaminants in air, water, soil and food to improve health and health equity.

Other degrees and areas of emphasis to consider:

MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Infectious Diseases (INF)
MS (Thesis) with an area of emphasis in Environmental Public Health (EPH)

Some of our work in your interest areas

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Close-up photo of Megumi Matsushita smiling outside in front of a bush.

Advocating for health equity and antiracism

DEOHS Outstanding PhD Student Megumi Matsushita explores how toxic metals affect the brain

The Seattle skyline on a foggy or smokey day with the freeway leading into it

At every age, cleaner air means better health

Tiny pollution particles can cause major health problems. Our research shows how to minimize your risk.

A man in a blue striped shirt poses against a white wall.

Guardian of workers

Amalawa Aiwekhoe named 2022 DEOHS Outstanding Undergraduate Student


Student Research

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Robin Matson

Evaluation of Dioxins, Furans, and Phthalates in Sanitary Pads and Tampons

MS (Applied) | Applied Toxicology (App Tox)
2021 | Nancy Simcox

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James Scukas

Respirable Crystalline Silica Exposure In Stone Countertop Fabrication Workers

MS (Applied) | Applied Occupational Hygiene (App OH)
2021 | Martin A. Cohen

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Benjamin Weber

Noise exposure to marine foghorns: Assessment and control strategies

MS (Applied) | Applied Occupational Hygiene (App OH)
2020 | Christopher D. Simpson

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Faculty mentorship

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