Prepare for a career in the branch of public health that studies how biological, chemical, and physical factors in natural and built environments affect human health. Your training will help you prevent injury and disease by managing environmental hazards and promoting healthier air, water, soil, homes, workplaces, and communities.
Our program is changing
Students entering in Fall 2020 can declare a major in biomedical sciences with a concentration. Students who declared a major in microbiology, environmental health, or biomedical sciences for Spring 2020 or earlier, please contact your academic advisor for current program information.
The only accredited undergraduate environmental health program in Colorado
Small, highly regarded program with a strong alumni network
Senior internship and field-based activities
High employment demand for graduates in both private and public sectors
Get hands-on experience in epidemiology, toxicology, air quality, occupational health and safety, industrial hygiene, and radiation cancer biology.
Our program has a required internship, which means you'll receive hands-on training and an opportunity to apply your skills in a real-world setting.
Many of our environmental public health students pursue further education in graduate programs and professional degree programs. Your training will help you prevent injury and disease by managing environmental hazards and promoting healthier air, water, soil, homes, workplaces, and communities.
- Air Quality
- Compliance Management
- Water Quality
- Food Inspection
- Public Health
- Occupational Safety
- Solid/Hazardous Waste Management
- Risk Assessment
- Industrial Hygiene
- Emergency Preparedness
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Tuition and Financial Aid
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