Sue Reed conducts an environmental health assessment.
A major in Environmental Health is offered as part of the Bachelor of Health Sciences degree. The program has been developed in consultation with a dedicated industry group that consists of professional Environmental Health Officers (EHO’s), academics, students and members of Environmental Health Australia. EHO’s are employed by local and State Government Health Departments as well as the private sector and some EHO’s work as independent consultants.
Students have the opportunity to participate in work-integrated learning in one or more Environmental Health Departments.
Public Health and OHS, Associate Dean
Associate Professor Jacques Oosthuizen
Bachelor of Health Science, Undergraduate Coordinator
Dr Ruth Wallace
For course specific information, please talk to our Future Students team by calling 134 328 or send an email to email@example.com.
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