Pat McGovern, PhD, and Nancy Nachreiner, PhD
The Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing (OEHN) program prepares future leaders dedicated to the health and safety of people at work, their families, and the general community environment. Graduates work in a variety of settings-- business, industry, health care and public health--to develop, manage and evaluate health services, programs, and policies designed to promote health and prevent work-related injuries and disease. Doctorally prepared graduates work in universities, and public and private institutions to conduct research and educate future generations of occupational and environmental health professionals and educators.
The degree options for this program are a Master of Public Health (MPH), a Master of Science (MS), and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Environmental Health. Learn more about the degrees.
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