The Environmental & Occupational Health minor studies the impact of environmental and occupational hazards on human health. This is an excellent addition for students with majors in Agricultural Sciences, Design & Human Environment, Environmental Sciences, Forestry, Kinesiology, Nutrition and a variety of Sciences.
This minor is available to all majors, including Public Health majors with options in Health Promotion & Behavior and Health Management & Policy.
Effective calendar year 2017-2018, a grade of C– or higher is required for all courses in a student’s undergraduate program of study.
This includes all courses and associated prerequisite courses in a student's undergraduate program of study for a major, minor or certificate as listed in the online course catalog.
The following courses must be competed satisfactorily (see above) to fulfill the Environmental & Occupational Health minor:
|H 344||Foundations of Environmental Health||3 credits|
Pre-req: Junior standing; approved application.
Pre-req: H 407
(Bacc Core course)
Public Health Toxicology
Pre-req: H 344 and one year basic college chemistry and biology and two terms organic chemistry
Undergraduate EOH seminar
Pre-req: Junior or senior standing
|= 21 credits|
Select two elective listed below for a total of 6 credits:
All courses below require Junior Standing
* designates a Bacc Core course
|AEC 432||Environmental Law||4 credits|
|AG 412||AG Safety and Health||3 credits|
|FST 421||*Food Law||3 credits|
Pre-req: WR 121 & sophomore standing
*Sustainability for the Common Good
Pre-req: Upper-division standing
|H 385||Safety and Health Standards and Laws||3 credits|
|H 489||Emergency and Disaster Management||3 credits|
|H 494||Applied Ergonomics||3 credits|
|= 6 credits|
Total = 27 credits