Environmental Health.

Environmental Health MPH Functional Certificate

As part of Boston University’s Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, the Environmental Health certificate helps you to understand public health toxicology and evaluate the public health risks associated with exposure to environmental hazards. State-of-the-art tools and a practicum experience build proficiency in assessing and researching public health disparities as a future environmental health sciences professional. This 16-credit MPH certificate program is STEM approved; visit the ISSO website for details.

With your training in environmental health sciences, you are prepared to pursue a career as a researcher, a scientist in the field, and an environmental advocate in government positions, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector.

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Learn more about BU’s MPH program

The Master of Public Health program’s Environmental Health Functional Certificate offers students a career-focused specialization centered on public health toxicology. For more information about MPH degree requirements and admissions, request information to learn more.