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Department of Environmental & Occupational Health

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"Building a better world, one graduate at a time."

Our profession is devoted to understanding the relationship between human health and the environment. Whether it is air pollution, water pollution, hazardous waste, unsafe food, or many other special environments (such as industrial settings), we look for practical actions that protect human health.

Five full-time faculty members, along with numerous affiliated and part-time faculty, presently teach in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH). The program emphasizes the study of the chemical, physical and biological factors that affect human health and environmental quality. The curriculum provides the basic knowledge and training required for professional careers in the field of community environmental health and industrial hygiene. The curriculum is also excellent preparation for a career in medicine, dentistry, or optometry.

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Undergraduate Programs

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B.S. Environmental and Occupational Health | Industrial Hygiene Option

Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) is concerned with the biological, chemical and physical factors affecting human health and the environment. The major provides a solid science-based education with practical applications for a safer and healthier environment.

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B.S. Environmental and Occupational Health

Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) is concerned with the biological, chemical and physical factors affecting human health and the environment. The major provides a solid science-based education with practical applications for a safer and healthier environment.

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Minor Environmental and Occupational Health

The minor in Environmental and Occupational Health consists of 53 units.

Graduate Programs

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M.S. Environmental and Occupational Health | Industrial Hygiene Option

Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) is concerned with the biological, chemical and physical factors affecting human health and the environment. The program provides a solid science-based education with practical applications for a safer and healthier environment.

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M.S. Environmental and Occupational Health

Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) is concerned with the biological, chemical and physical factors affecting human health and the environment. The major provides a solid science-based education with practical applications for a safer and healthier environment.

Department Office

Department of Environmental & Occupational Health

Jacaranda Hall 1537
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA 91330-8412

  • Phone: (818) 677-7476

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