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EOH 510 Principles and Practice of Environmental and Occupational Health 3.0 Credits

This interdisciplinary course gives an overview of environmental and occupational health issues and an introduction to approaches for prevention and control of environmental exposures. The course will cover both traditional EOH topics such as air pollution, drinking water and sanitation, and occupational health and safety, as well as salient issues of global concern such as climate change and emerging infectious diseases. Workplace, home, community, regional and global problems are considered, with frequent use of case examples. The course stresses examining environmental health issues in the context of other determinants of health, including social and economic factors. The goal is to provide students with knowledge of the basic scientific principles of EOH as they apply to the practice of public health.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Urban Health

...505 2.0 PBHL 510 4.0 PBHL...Winter Credits Spring Credits EOH 550 3.0...

Global Health

...505 2.0 PBHL 510 4.0 PBHL...Winter Credits Spring Credits EOH 560 3.0...

Accelerated Public Health BS/MPH

...Occupational Health: EOH 750 and EOH 751 ; Epidemiology...electives 6.0 PBHL 510 4.0 PBHL...

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