Environmental Health Sciences
Environmental Health Sciences is an interdisciplinary field focused on understanding the effects of environmental and occupational exposures on human health. Our research and educational programs provide a thorough overview of the many aspects of environmental health – ranging from measuring pollutants in communities and workplaces to understanding behavioral approaches to preventing illness/injury in workplaces.
Several academic programs are available in Environmental Health. Students may select from the several degree pathways available. The EHS Faculty engages in important research projects in which students may participate as they pursue their degrees. Learn more about our application process and available tuition and financial assistance.
Our students participate in valuable practical internships and field experiences. Environmental and Occupational Health professionals work in a variety of settings and serve many different populations. Our graduates have been successful at finding a diverse set of employment opportunities. Our students participate in valuable practical field and internship experiences.
Students may choose from several doctoral, masters, and undergraduate level academic programs to best meet their needs. All of the programs foster opportunities to interact closely with the multidisciplinary EHS faculty for learning and research. The University of Arizona is a major research university in a setting which combines urban and desert living. There are many active student groups. Find out more about what makes us unique.