Master of Science (MS) Degree in Industrial Hygiene & Environmental Health Sciences
Admission with full standing to Masters degree programs requires an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 hours of upper division (Junior and Senior level) coursework. If at least 12 semester hours of graduate work have been taken, then the minimum GPA will be based on the graduate work. Applicants to OEH programs must submit scores from the GRE examination that are less than 6 years old (applicants with 12 graduate hours that include some quantitative coursework are not required to take the GRE).
In addition to other entry requirements of the College of Public Health, applicants to the MS program in OEH must have completed the following: College Algebra or higher course, 36 hours in basic sciences, mathematics, engineering and technology, with at least 12 hours in chemistry to include organic chemistry and a course in physiology, biochemistry, or other appropriate life science course, and one course in physics. At least 9 hours of the basic sciences, math, engineering technology courses must be at the upper division (junior, senior, or graduate) level. Also required is a minimum of 21 hours in communications, humanities, and social sciences.
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