Program Coordinator: Stephanie Richards (3403 Carol Belk Building; 252-328-2526; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Environmental Health Foundations Certificate provides students with an online, academic learning experience of the fundamental core principles and concepts associated with environmental health.
The program is designed for individuals currently working in environmental and/or public health (local/state health departments), current graduate students that want to have some environmental health credentials without pursuing a master of science in environmental health (MSEH), or those with no environmental health experience who may want to consider it as a stepping stone towards the MSEH degree prior to a full commitment.
The certificate program emphasizes core principles in environmental health. Students gain insight into understanding the effects of the environment on human health. This will help protect public health and improve the students’ job opportunities within environmental and/or public health sectors.
The program requires a minimum of 13 s.h. as follows: