Courses

EH 202: Principles of Environmental Health

This course is appropriate for students interested in learning quantitative methods for assessing environmental exposures and hazards. This course is directed at first year Environmental Health students and MPH students with specific interest or experience in environmental health or for those students who have taken EH 201. Students who have taken EH 201 can take EH 202 as a sequel for more intensive training in environmental health. Students will learn methods for quantitative evaluation and public health responses to environmental hazards through lectures, problem solving, and case studies. The course is structured around specific tools including exposure assessment, epidemiology, toxicology and pathophysiology, risk assessment, life cycle analysis, and environmental policy.

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Season: 

Spring

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Time: 

9:45-11:15

Course ID: 

190166

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