Dr. Ossama “Sam” Salem, 151 Link Hall, 315-443-2311, email@example.com
Dr. Cliff I. Davidson, 151 Link Hall, 315-443-2311, firstname.lastname@example.org
David G. Chandler, Ruth Chen, Laura E. Condon, Andria Costello Staniec, Cliff I. Davidson, Charles T. Driscoll Jr., Chris E. Johnson, Christa Kelleher, Laura J. Steinberg, Svetoslava Todorova, Teng Zeng
In this 12-credit certificate program, students will develop the skills and knowledge necessary to address problems related to environmental health. The program includes instruction in toxicology, industrial hygiene, environmental engineering, and risk assessment appropriate for those wishing to pursue careers in environmental health engineering. The program may be completed independently of other degree programs at Syracuse University, and is open to students in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the CNY-MPH program.
Students applying for the Certificate Program in Environmental Health must have completed a bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to environmental health. Students will normally have completed at least one year of calculus, one year of general chemistry, and one semester of biology. Students may apply to the certificate program by submitting one of the following:
- Graduate Enrollment Internal Admission Application with a letter of intent (for matriculated graduate students in other Syracuse University graduate programs).
- Syracuse University Graduate School Application with all admission requirements (for those who wish to complete the certificate program independently).