The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences offers eleven distinct graduate degree options and three concurrent degrees. The chart below provides an at-a-glance overview of our individual graduate degree options. You can also download a PDF of the chart here. Use the menu on the left to learn more about each degree option, or click on the links below.
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- PhD in Environmental & Occupational Hygiene
- PhD in Environmental Toxicology
Master of Science Degrees
- MS in Environmental Health (thesis required)
- MS in Exposure Science (thesis required)
- MS in Occupational Hygiene (thesis required)
- MS in Applied Occupational Hygiene (project/portfolio required, 15-month accelerated program)
- MS in Environmental Toxicology (thesis required)
- MS in Applied Toxicology (project required, 15-month accelerated program)
Master of Public Health Degrees
- MPH in Environmental and Occupational Health (practicum and thesis required)
- MPH in One Health (practicum and thesis required)
- MPH in Occupational and Environmental Medicine (practicum and thesis required, usually done in conjunction with a residency/fellowship)