The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington has launched a new Master of Science (M.S.) in Environmental and Occupational Health program. Applications are now being accepted for enrollment in the Spring 2019 semester.
The M.S. in Environmental and Occupational Health is a research-focused degree designed to be completed in two years. A thesis or a graduate research project is typically completed during the final year in the program. The M.S. degree in Environmental and Occupational Health provides students with laboratory and/or field training in important analytic and technical skills and cutting-edge research methods in environmental and occupational health. As an added benefit, global research training opportunities exist for qualified students.
Students who graduate from this program will be well-prepared to take advantage of the wide range of opportunities available in the job market for environmental and occupational health and related fields. In addition, this M.S. degree will prepare students to enter advanced graduate programs focused on research in environmental, occupational and other public health disciplines (Ph.D., Dr.PH.), as well as other health-related academic and professional programs such as medicine, nursing, and veterinary medicine.