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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)
PUBH
6137
Environmental and Occupational Health Culminating Experience I
EOH CE-Part I
Summer 2017
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MPH students in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health who have completed all core courses and at least 9 credits in program-specific courses
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PUBH 6001, PUBH 6002, PUBH 6003, PUBH 6004, PUBH 6006 and PUBH 6007
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The first in a two-course sequence. The final, integrative learning experience for the MPH in environmental health science and policy or global environmental health. Students apply the skills and knowledge, theories, and principles learned in the MPH program to practical public health problems.
• Conduct a systematic literature review on a topic related to environmental and/or occupational health
• Communicate public health research to peers, policymakers, the media, and the general public using both written and oral approaches
• Stay on-message and true to the science even under high pressure situations
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The Culminating Experience is already a part of the MPH program. The EOH department is breaking out the 2 credit CE course to 2 separate, 1 credit each courses, to be offered consecutively Fall/Spring. PUBH 6137 and PUBH 6138 will be offered consecutively.
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