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Concentrations: Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health
Delivery: Traditional

The Environmental and Occupational Health PhD concentration is designed to develop researchers in this broad field (industrial hygiene, occupational health, environmental health, toxicology and risk assessment). Graduates of the doctoral program will be qualified to conduct fundamental and applied research in identification, evaluation and prevention of environmental and occupational health exposures and problems. The concentraion offers a distinguished teaching and research program which provides a sound basis for doctoral study. Please review individual faculty web pages for an overview of faculty research interests.

Program of Study

You should complete your program of study electronically using Archivum at usf.appiancloud.com/. (See Archivum instructions.)


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Program of Study by Year

Catalog by Year

COPH Catalog

COPH Catalog

COPH Catalog

COPH Catalog

COPH Catalog

Note: You may choose a program of study that corresponds to the academic year of your admission or any year thereafter.  Please see the guidelines below.

 USF Guidelines on Choosing a Program of Study

 

The USF Tampa Graduate Catalog, including college and program requirements, and program and course descriptions, is available on the web at www.grad.usf.edu/catalog.php. Each Catalog is published and in effect for the academic term(s) noted on the title page.

There may be circumstances in which a student may need to change their catalog year. This must be initiated through a discussion with your academic advisor. Details regarding USF policy on changing catalog year can be found at http://catalog.usf.edu/content.php?catoid=9&navoid=987#graduate-catalog.

Current Competencies (beginning fall 2017)

PhD Competencies
Environmental and Occupational Health Competencies

 Previous Competencies

 


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