Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Occupational Health Science (EOHS)
The mission of the Environmental and Occupational Health Science (EHS) Program at Western Kentucky University is to educate students in preparation for an exciting career in the environmental health science. The EHS Program is committed to providing south central Kentucky, the state, and the nation with entry-level environmental professionals. The program is built upon a sound foundation of providing students with a background in assessing environmental resources, including water, air, and land resources, in relation to environmental and human health.
Who Should Apply?
The major in environmental and occupational health science (reference number 548) requires a minimum of 70 semester hours and leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. No minor or second major is required. Including general education and major requirements,a total of 120 semester hours are required for graduation.
EOHS Student Organizations and Opportunities
- Environmental Health Science Association
- Student EOHS Internship Program
- Environmental and Occupational Health Science Research Center