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Public Health, MPH (Environmental and Occupational Health)

Master of Public Health Degree with a Concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health

Career Outlook

The environmental and occupational health industries offer the opportunity to work in an array of fields. The wide variety of careers in these industries may often involve a substantial amount of fieldwork. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the Occupational Health and Safety Technician occupation is projected to grow 9% in the U.S. by 2030, faster than the average for all occupations.

Potential career paths include:

  • Occupational and environmental health and safety professionals
  • Air quality specialist
  • Environmental health professional
  • Environmental sanitation engineer
  • Public education outreach
  • OSHA compliance officers
  • Disaster management professionals
  • Groundwater protection
  • Environmental health program specialists
  • Safety officers
  • Director of health institutes

Finance Your Education

The University of Nebraska offers some of the most affordable tuition rates in the region, particularly for our online programs. Explore the array of funding options to finance your education in a way that makes sense for you.

Online tuition rates are calculated by credit hour and college offering the course and, because the University of Nebraska is a public institution supported by Nebraska taxpayers, Nebraska residents may receive a lower tuition rate than out-of-state students.

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Note: Campuses may charge additional fees; see the Paying for School page for more details.

We believe cost should not be a barrier to accessing higher education, even for online programs. Financial aid and scholarships are available for many students. Please see the Paying for School page for additional information and links to campus financial aid resources.

Our programs are an ideal way for military, veterans, and dependents to advance education with military advisers and staff on each campus, flexible deployment and activation policies, and generous acceptance of transfer credits. Visit our Prospective Student page and explore what the University of Nebraska offers.

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