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All students learn to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and design programs and systems to control exposures in the environmental or occupational setting that are causing or may be expected to result in adverse human health effects. Academic study at the
Ph.D. level is available in three areas of concentration: Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Ergonomics, Biomonitoring. Graduate study is supported by a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Research training grant, University
and other resources.
Required Courses (PDF)
Division of Environmental & Industrial HygieneKettering Lab BuildingRoom 133160 Panzeca WayCincinnati, OH 45267-0056Mail Location: 0056Phone: (513) 558-5704Email: firstname.lastname@example.org