A Doctor of Philosophy, or PhD, is an advanced program degree that focuses on research in a particular area in the fields of science, humanities, and business. Most programs take around four years to finish, and many require a final dissertation or thesis upon graduation.
What is a PhD in Environmental Health? Students typically gain research experience and specialized training in the areas of toxicology, environmental epidemiology, risk assessment, modern food systems, global climate change, and exposure assessment. Along with taking graduate-level courses, students may be required to complete research rotations and complete a final thesis. Examples of classes include statistical computing; environmental health science, law, and policy; physiologic principles for public health; and epidemiology.
The rigorous curriculum of this degree often gives students the skills, such as critical thinking and problem solving, that may help them find a career. Graduates who have an advanced degree may also find that their salaries are higher than those who only have undergraduate designations.
Don’t let the cost of attending university deter you from furthering your education. Calling specific schools can give you a better idea of total financial requirements, which can differ greatly from one institution to another. Some schools also offer financial aid opportunities such as loans or scholarships, which help ease the financial burden.
A degree in environmental health prepares graduates for a variety of jobs in a number of different work settings. Work may be focused around research, teaching, consulting, or directing. Examples of employers include public health agencies, industry, insurance companies, toxic waste removal firms, environmental consulting firms, private corporations, and government. Examples of job titles are environmental health educator, epidemiologist, environmental policy maker, toxicologist, and groundwater specialist.
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Nowadays, it is known that the environment and health are inseparably interrelated. Environmental pollutants in the environment will affect human health sooner or later. This [+]
Ph.D. in Applied Biological Sciences: Environmental Health
Nowadays, it is known that the environment and health are inseparably interrelated. Environmental pollutants in the environment will affect human health sooner or later. This discipline will provide the foundation for understanding how environmental pollutants affect health. Knowledgeable, capable, and technically skilled personnel, that have both a practical and theoretical understanding of environmental health, are needed to undertake research and academic work so that they can apply their knowledge and skill to identify and prevent health and environmental problems. Skill graduates are also needed to identify or synthesize chemical or biological substances to cure or prevent diseases and to use their knowledge and expertise to add value to the natural resources.The program aims to prepare students for careers in public health, drug discovery and development and related fields that deal with the application of modern biology to practical contemporary problems. The program is research oriented and focuses on method development and more detailed technical issues. Graduates will be trained to be both thinkers and practitioners.... [-]
The Doctoral Programme is related to the course’s teaching staff’s national and international research projects that have resulted in a considerable number of scientific articles. [+]
3rd (Doctorate) / 3 years (1 year: curricular plan; 2 years: thesis preparation)Coordination:
Prof. Nelson Barros (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Doctoral Programme is related to the course’s teaching staff’s national and international research projects that have resulted in a considerable number of scientific articles.Admissions Conditions 1.1. General conditions:
According to nr. 1 of article 2 of UFP’s Doctoral’s Regulation nr. 306/2008, of the 9th of June, the following can apply to this cycle of studies:1.1.1. Applicants with a master degree or legal equivalent; 1.1.2. Applicants with an undergraduate degree, that have scholarly or scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as bestowing capacity to complete this cycle of studies by the executive council of the Post-graduate Studies and Investigation School, from on now, designated as CEPI; 1.1.3. Applicants with a scholarly, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as bestowing capacity to complete this cycle of studies by CEPI 1.2. Specific conditions: 1.2.2. Doctoral programme in Ecology and Environmental Health: applicants must have a master degree in one of the following areas: Environment; Biology; Health Sciences or Chemistry. Study plan ... [-]
To provide students with the competency to apply high-level problem-solving skills, and the application of critical and reflective thinking at the most advanced academic level, culminating in the production of a thesis in the field of Environmental Health. [+]
To provide students with the competency to apply high-level problem-solving skills, and the application of critical and reflective thinking at the most advanced academic level, culminating in the production of a thesis in the field of Environmental Health.Admission requirements
MTech Environmental HealthContact details
Name: Martha Chadyiwa Tel: 011 559 6239/ Email: email@example.com[-]