Undergraduate Catalog 2015-2016

Minors

Environmental Health (EVH)

15 Credit Hours

College of Public Health

https://documents.health.usf.edu/display/COPH/Minor+-+Environmental+Health

Minor Description

The minor provides students with a broad range of courses necessary to pursue an advanced degree in the field of Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety or to seek entry-level employment in a related field and is preparatory for careers in: environmental science, industrial hygiene, toxicology, risk assessment, and related health sciences careers.

Total Minor Hours - 15 Hours

Core Information

It is recommended students follow the sequence of courses listed below. These courses will give students a broad overview of environmental and occupational health concepts. 

Core Courses - 15 Hours

  • HSC 3541 Human Structure and Function
  • PHC 3320 Environmental Health Science
  • PHC 3721 Research Methods in Environmental and Occupational Health
  • HSC 4213 Environmental and Occupational Risk Analysis
  • HSC 4430 Occupational Health and Safety

Additional Minor Information

Declaration of Minor:

http://health.usf.edu/publichealth/undergrad/continuing-students.htm

Advising Information

It is highly recommended that students meet with an advisor in the College of Public Health early to verify coursework for the minor.

For additional information about the minor, please contact:

Faculty Information

Dr. Marie Bourgeois and Dr. Giffe Johnson 

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