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Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing



The Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing Curriculum provides coursework in core public health and occupational health sciences, research methods and biostatistics, management, public health nursing and occupational and environmental health nursing.

The curriculum is designed to provide a unique and rewarding opportunity to experience learning and working in a multidisciplinary team environment and exposure to real life practice settings and problems.

MPH degree: Minimally 42 credits; two full-time years of study

PhD degree: Minimally 50 coursework credits and 24 dissertation credits: three full-time years of study assuming no prior masters degree.

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