Do you care about the environment and want to learn how it can affect your health and the health of the community?

Earn an environmental health certificate! With this additional certification, you'll learn how we can protect the health of people and communities, why the quality of the environment impacts our health and what regulations are in place to protect our environment. Overall, experience a deeper dive into these topics and have quality discussions about the ties between the environment and our health.

Interested in this certificate?

Fill out your information here and we'll be in touch!

Contact us directly at:

Department of Health, Recreation & Community Services
WRC 203
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0200

Phone: (319) 273-6316
Email: public-health@uni.edu 

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Courses

This certificate requires 15 semester hours of pre-determined coursework. Below are the courses you will need to complete if you are looking to earn your certificate in environmental health.

  • Introduction to Public Health
  • Epidemiology of Human Diseases
  • Environmental Health Science
  • Environmental and Occupational Health Regulations
  • Toxins and Health