Here's a list of universities that offer environmental, health and safety degrees.
The University of Houston offers multiple degree plans in environmental science. Students may specialize in the areas of occupational health and safety, industrial hygiene, environmental biology, chemistry or geology. Tuition for these programs can range from $6,699 to $26,259 per semester.
The University of Denver offers an online/on campus master’s degree in environmental, health and safety. The University's EHS program presents a hands-on experience in the subjects of compliance, inspection and permitting. The school’s professors are highly qualified and experienced in environmental safety with many working in agencies and consulting firms. The entire tuition fee for this program is $30,144.
Texas A&M University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in public health. Students enrolled in this program undergo courses in environmental health, occupational safety, biostatistics, and other EHS related courses. The 2016-2017 estimated cost of attendance may range from $25,228 to $43,458 per year.
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This University offers students a Masters of Engineering with a concentration in EHS. Through business programs, students are trained in the field of environment management of industries and companies that use high technology resources. The 2016-2017 tuition for students residing at home, on campus or off-campus range from $11,086 to $27,875.
Ranked as one of the best universities in the Midwest, the University of Minnesota offers a master's degree in EHS. Students learn how to identify occupational health and safety issues and how to apply these practices and principles to make the workplace safer. Graduates go through extensive training from highly qualified and experienced tutors to work in various fields including environmental health, ergonomics, risk management, occupational safety and industrial hygiene. The Master of Environmental, Health and Safety Program goes for $643 for resident students and $1,020.25 for non-resident students per credit.