We are anchored in two schools: The Whiting School of Engineering and the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and our students benefit from close interdisciplinary partnerships with the School of Medicine, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, and the Carey Business School. Our strategic partnerships across the institution and around the world advance technology, human health, and resiliency. Our ever-evolving academic programs combine theory with practical experiences to address real-world problems.
Our graduates are prepared to be successful engineering professionals in private and governmental organizations or students in the best graduate programs. You can choose a minor that relates to your major or explore other interests with a minor in the humanities. We also offer a combined BS/MS that lets students earn a graduate degree in five years and increase their earning potential.
We focus on solving critical problems at the nexus of public health and engineering through research in the areas of air pollution and cardio-respiratory diseases, energy management and alternative technologies, environmental chemistry, environmental resource quality, food systems, and more. We offer full-time, part-time degree programs.
Degrees are awarded by their school of origin. All degrees require coursework across disciplines.
Bloomberg School of Public Health (BSPH)
Master of Science (MS) in Toxicology for Human Risk Assessment
Master of Science (ScM) in Environmental Health
Master of Health Science (MHS) in Environmental Health
Whiting School of Engineering (WSE)
Master of Arts (MA) in Geography and Environmental Engineering
Master of Science (MS) in Geography and Environmental Engineering
Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) in Geography and Environmental Engineering
Master of Science (MS) in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene
Whiting School of Engineering
PhD in Geography and Environmental Engineering
Combined Bachelor/Master's Degree Programs
Bachelor of Science in Engineering/Master of Science in Engineering Five-Year Program
Bachelors/Master's Program in Environmental Health
Graduate Non-Degree Programs
For students who choose not to enter a degree program, there are still many educational opportunities in the area of environmental health—from certificates and institutes to postdoctoral training.
Climate and Health
Environmental and Occupational Health
Food Systems, the Environment and Public Health
Humane Sciences and Toxicology Policy
Product Stewardship for Sustainability
Risk Sciences and Public Policy
Accelerated Learning Institutes
Summer Institute in Environmental Health and Engineering