The MPH in Environmental and Occupational Health program provides an opportunity for students interested in environmental and occupational health to become familiar with the relevant concepts as they apply to public health practice. The program will also be an opportunity for working health professionals to achieve an in-depth environmental perspective as well as a degree in public health. The degree may be tailored more toward either environmental health science or risk assessment depending on the choice of electives and desire of the student.
Recent graduates hold the following positions:
Graduates will be able to:
All graduates also achieve the core and cross-cutting competencies for Pitt Public Health MPH students.
Full program information:
Graduate Student Handbook
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