The Environmental Health Science major at UGA is nationally accredited and the only undergraduate environmental health program in the state of Georgia. The curriculum incorporates multiple fields of study such as biology, chemistry, physics, math, and microbiology. Applied environmental health science courses in such areas as air, water, and noise pollution; solid and hazardous waste management; environmental toxicology; industrial hygiene; food microbiology; epidemiology; and public health law are available. Students have considerable freedom in choosing courses of interest to develop a specialty area in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Protection, or Public Health.
Agriscience and Environmental Systems students learn about biology, application of new technologies for production systems and value-added commodities, water quality, resource management, marketing, and business management.
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Erin Lipp, a professor of environmental health science in the College of Public Health, encourages her students to think critically about science and how it affects the world in which they live.
"I am an environmental microbiologist but my area of focus is really water, which means that my work crosses into many different fields (ecology, hydrology, geology, oceanography, health and even policy). Microbiology really does touch everything, and it is exciting to work in areas that really impact our world—from public health to climate change. I also love that I am able to work in the field and at the bench."