Industrial Hygiene (IH) is the science and art devoted to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, prevention, and control of workplace contaminants and stressors that may cause sickness, injury, impaired health or impaired well-being among workers or among citizens of the community.
|ERHS 520||Environmental and Occupational Health Issues||3|
|ERHS 526||Industrial Hygiene||3|
|ERHS 527||Industrial Hygiene Laboratory||1|
|ERHS 532||Epidemiologic Methods||3|
|Select one from the following:||1-4|
|Occ Env Health Interdisciplinary Symposium 1|
|Research Seminar: Industrial Hygiene 2|
|Out-of-Department Courses 3||6|
|Elective Courses 5|
|Select a minimum of 15 credits from the following:||15|
|Fundamentals of Toxicology|
|Occupational and Environmental Toxicology|
|Radiological Physics and Dosimetry I|
|Advanced Occupational Health|
|Principles of Ergonomics|
|Ergonomics in Product and Process Design|
|Equipment and Instrumentation|
|Environmental Health Risk Assessment|
|Principles of Radiation Biology|
|Metabolism and Disposition of Toxic Agents|
|Industrial Hygiene Control Methods|
|Environment, Safety, and Health Management|
|Occupational Noise Control|
|Aerosols and Environmental Health|
|Supervised College Teaching|
|Advanced Seminar: Industrial/Organizational Psychology|
|Responsible Conduct Research Training 6||0|
|Program Total Credits:||72|
A minimum of 72 credits are required to complete this program.
Required for MAP ERC Trainees.
Maximum of 4 credits allowed.
Minimum of 6 credits in 2 courses with approval of advisor and graduate committee.
Select three credits of statistics with approval of advisor and graduate committee.
Other ERHS 500-level or higher courses may be approved on a case by case basis by the graduate advisory committee.
Required of all Ph.D. students enrolled in the program.