Dec 08, 2022  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog [Published Catalog]

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GHHE 000/5135 - Environmental Health for the Non-Scientist (3 cr.)



Description
(intended for Engineers, chemists and physicists who may not have bioscience experience) Following a survey of key biological and chemical concepts, this course surveys local and global environmental health issues. Students will utilize selected readings and media to characterize the impact of environmental agents on human health, the environmental consequences of anthropogenic activities, and the interdependency between humans and the natural environment. The course targets graduate students in public health and those from other disciplines who are interested in research focused on public health issues. GHHE5135 provides a survey of biological and chemical concepts that may be lacking during the undergraduate major. For those with biological, biomedical and medical backgrounds GHHE 5130  is the required course.



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