Master of Health Science in Environmental Health (MHS)
Want to learn how the environment impacts our health? Consider a Master of Health Science in Environmental Health! Part of the #1 school of public health, this graduate degree program prepares students for careers in medicine, research, advocacy, policy and practice.
- One of the School’s shortest degrees, the MHS is a nine-month, coursework-based degree for individuals who want a comprehensive understanding of the association between our environment and health.
- Learn how environmental hazards (not only in air, water and food but also neighborhood and social hazards) affect human health at the individual, population and systems level.
- Develop your own path or choose an area of focus ranging from the basic to population to systems science.
- Join a network of almost 1,000 alumni.