Exploring Environmental Public Health
Environmental public health professionals are individuals whose vocational efforts are directed toward controlling environmental health hazards and preserving/improving environmental factors for the achievement of optimum health, safety, comfort, and well-being. At the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, various courses provide environmental public health students with the educational background necessary for employment in regulatory agencies and industries concerned with environmental quality. The Department of Environmental Public Health offers a comprehensive major in environmental public health.
Studying environmental public health at UW-Eau Claire opens the door to a wide variety of career opportunities. Whether you plan on continuing your education or seeking employment directly after graduation, the study of environmental public health prepares you for rewarding future employment.
Click on any section below to begin learning more about environmental public health and what you can do with a major in environmental public health. You can also visit the Environmental Public Health Department to learn more about the major at UW-Eau Claire.