What kinds of classes would I take in the Environmental Health Sciences concentration?
All students earning the B.S.P.H. concentrating in Environmental Health Sciences will complete the Kent Core (sciences, math, English, etc.) and Public Health Core ( covering global health, social and behavioral sciences, health policy, biostatistics, epidemiology, health disparities, capstone.) In addition they will take the Environmental Health Sciences concentration requirements (epidemiology, occupational health & safety; vector-borne & zoonotic diseases; built environment institutional & recreational facilities; air, water, food, wastewater, soil, hazardous waste and toxicology; risk assessment; administration & enforcement of health & safety laws.)Refer to the 2013-14 Catalog for a list of the specific degree requirements and a semester-by-semester Road Map. Check the Schedule of Classes if you want detailed information about Environmental Health Sciences course content.