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Minor in Environmental and Occupational Health

With expertise in Environmental and Occupational Health, you can help communities stay healthy as they face the challenges of climate change, scarce water resources, industrialization, and contamination. Become part of the solution!

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If you're interested in environmental health, protection of natural resources, and safety for workers and communities, consider a Minor in Environmental and Occupational Health. Prepare to make a difference!

The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health is dedicated to promoting health and wellness of individuals and communities in the southwest and globally with an emphasis on achieving health equity through excellence in research, teaching and service. Our Minor in One Health serves as an extension of our mission to promote health and social justice locally and globally. This minor will provide expertise in environmental and occupational health, so you can help communities stay healthy as they face the challenges of climate change, scarce water resources, industrialization, and contamination.

Public health professionals who specialize in environmental and occupational health implement and manage programs that protect communities and workers from health risks such as contaminates, hazardous living conditions, or toxic working conditions. They have a big impact on the health and wellness of many communities in Arizona and beyond. Become part of the solution!

Eligibility

2.0 GPA

Admission to the minor requires a minimum 2.0 GPA.

 

How to Declare the Minor

Step One

Find your Advisor

See the academic advising page to determine your academic advisor (determined by the student's campus and last name).

Step Two

Declare Minor

Send your prospective advisor a brief statement of interest (approximately 300 words) on why you'd like to add the minor to your degree. Note: Admission into the minor does not guarantee entry into public health courses as course registration depends on meeting course pre-requisites and course availability.

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