​​Environmental Master's Degree Accreditation​

​​​University of Findlay's Environmental, Safety and Health Management Master's Degree is one of only nine schools to be accredited by the National Environmental ​​Health, Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC). 

​EHAC accreditation is well respected nation and worldwide for two major reasons:

  • Scientific rigor of requirements
  • Practice-based internship requirement for all graduates
EHAC requires a firm educational foundation in the natural sciences of biology, chemistry, physics and geology. This combined with a requirement for the completion of a practical, hands-on internship results in graduates that are well prepared to immediately enter the environmental health workforce or continue their academic journeys.*

Benefits of Attending an Accredited Graduate Program:

  • You will meet the requirement to enter the US Public Health Service (USPHS) and US Army and Navy Environmental Science and Engineering careers.
  • You will meet the criteria to take the Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS) upon graduation.

​​​Accreditation Standards Ensure Curriculum Includes:

  • ​Analytical skills
  • Statistical analysis
  • Research methods
  • Written and Oral Communication skills

  • Administrative skills

  • Skills and knowledge of natural sciences including biological sciences, chemistry and other sciences

  • Environmental and public health science knowledge and skills

    • Epidemiology

    • Toxicology

    • General technical knowledge and skills in environmental health science areas such as those listed in Table 1.

    • Specialized technical knowledge and skills in at least one environmental health science area at a graduate level (see Table 1).

  • Risk assessment, risk communications and risk management.​

Visit http://www.nehspac.org/ or contact their national headquarters at PO Box 66057, Burien, WA 98166

*From the EHAC webpage, http://www.nehspac.org/