We welcome inquiries from prospective and current graduate students. Students who are highly motivated and have strong problem solving skills are encouraged to send a letter of interest along with a recent resume or CV to Elizabeth Carlton. The Department of Environmental & Occupational Health offers masters and doctoral degrees, including a master of public health program, with the option to add an emphasis in global health, a doctorate in public health, and a PhD in climate and human health.
Doctoral students are encouraged to apply for pre-doctoral funding. Possible sources include NSF Graduate Research Fellowships.