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Environmental Health Pathway (A.S.)

Environmental Health is concerned with the work/home/business environment as it affects humans. According to the American Public Health Association, environmental health professionals monitor upstream factors influencing the health of all who are downstream. Working in environmental health ensures that both natural and anthropogenic environments are safe.

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Gainesville Campus

The Environmental Health pathway is a curriculum designed to prepare students to transition into the Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Spatial Analysis at the University of North Georgia or to transfer to another four-year institution in order to pursue further study in environmental public health. Students who complete the Associate of Science in Environmental Health and wish to continue their undergraduate studies at UNG should make an appointment with their academic advisor to explore the Environmental Studies or Interdisciplinary concentration area and discuss which directed electives are most relevant to the field of environmental health.

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