Analytical Methods in Environmental Health

SPH EH 725

Students in this course learn the skills, methods and critical thinking framework necessary for upper level environmental health courses and for success as public health professionals. Environmental Health is a field of public health in which environmental hazards and health risks to populations are identified, assessed and managed through a data-driven process. This course extends the depth of concepts taught in EH717 and should be taken concurrently for students entering in the fall semester. We take the opportunity to partner with communities to design and conduct a data collection and analysis effort that is suitable for rigorous analyses with the many tools commonly used in environmental health.

FALL 2013 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Heiger-Berna L 203 M 6:00 pm-8:30 pm required for
all Eh program
students who
have not taken
EH765
MED Campus
Class Closed

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