A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
Environmental health programs often combine aspects of ecology and medicine to provide a broad but detailed view of the way the two interact. Students can expect to investigate how environmental health actors, both manufactured and naturally occurring, contribute to or diminish human wellbeing.
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Environmental Health is a fascinating, interdisciplinary field that explores the effects of human exposure to contaminants in the community, home, and workplace and uses this knowledge to improve public health. The MS program is designed to equip graduates of the program with the skills and knowledge necessary for professional and research careers in environmental health. [+]
The Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health (CII) offers the Master in Public Health (MPH) with specialization in Environmental Health or in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. The Master in Public Health (MPH) is probably the most popular and recognized field of specialization in the public health sector. The program is taught entirely in English. It begins each year in September and finishes in November of the following year. The program relies upon an integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum taught by distinguished faculty from Cyprus University of Technology and other leading schools of public health.
The aim of the MPH program is to educate health professionals and other interested prospective students in acquiring the technical and soft skills required by the health professional employers of the 21st century, allowing our graduates to become the new leaders in public health. The program allows for the specialization of the student in two concentrations that will be offered in terms of academic and professional interests of students (Epidemiology & Biostatistics or Environmental Health). Another strength of the program is the Institute’s experience of >14 years in offering high quality Master programs due to its historical association with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health... [-]
Nowadays, it is known that the environment and health are inseparably interrelated. Environmental pollutants in the environment will affect human health sooner or later. This discipline will provide the foundation for understanding how environmental pollutants affect health. [+]
Master in Applied Biological Sciences: Environmental Health
Nowadays, it is known that the environment and health are inseparably interrelated. Environmental pollutants in the environment will affect human health sooner or later. This discipline will provide the foundation for understanding how environmental pollutants affect health. Knowledgeable, capable, and technically skilled personnel, that have both a practical and theoretical understanding of environmental health, are needed to undertake research and academic work so that they can apply their knowledge and skill to identify and prevent health and environmental problems. Skill graduates are also needed to identify or synthesize chemical or biological substances to cure or prevent diseases and to use their knowledge and expertise to add value to the natural resources.The program aims to prepare students for careers in public health, drug discovery and development and related fields that deal with the application of modern biology to practical contemporary problems. The program is research oriented and focuses on method development and more detailed technical issues. Graduates will be trained to be both thinkers and practitioners.... [-]
To provide students with the skills to conduct independent research through advanced problem-solving skills, and the application of critical and reflective thinking in the field of Environmental Health. [+]
To provide students with the skills to conduct independent research through advanced problem-solving skills, and the application of critical and reflective thinking in the field of Environmental Health.Admission requirements
BTech Environmental Health. An average of 65% is required in the BTech programme.Contact details
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