Graduate Certificate

Public Health—Environmental and Occupational Health Online Certificate

Boost your public health career in environmental and occupational health.

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Cost-effective, fully online program ideal for working professionals
Competency-based curriculum provides well-rounded knowledge
Learn with seasoned experts from diverse fields

Public Health—Environmental and Occupational Health Online Certificate Overview

Whether you would like to work in public health, health care or environmental sectors, the Public Health Certificate in Environmental and Occupational Health from UWF will instill a foundation of public health knowledge, in addition to more specialized coursework in occupational safety, industrial hygiene, disease monitoring, environmental toxicology and risk management.

The public health certificate in environmental and occupational health can benefit professionals from many industries, including health sciences, education, government, business, social and natural sciences and others. While this certificate program does not lead to professional certification, you can advance your career, secure a higher salary or confidently pursue certification after completion of the program.

The fully online program is delivered asynchronously, meaning that you do not have to log in at any specific time; you can complete coursework and communicate with your professors at times that are convenient for you. Our professors, who are experts in their fields, have real-world experience in public health that translates directly to their teaching.

Candidates for This Program Include:

  • Students of all backgrounds who desire a career path in public health
  • Working public health professionals seeking to retool their skills
  • Those who want to work in environmental and occupational health

You Will Be Able To:

  • Pursue career advancement in public health
  • Seek professional certification using your knowledge
  • Educate others on how to keep the environment clean and their workplaces safe