OH Learning.com - advancing occupational hygiene worldwide.

University of Michigan, USA

  1. Understand the essential scientific and practical elements of the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, management, control, and communication of health hazards in the workplace.
  2. Apply and communicate knowledge of hazards to promote healthy working conditions.
  3. Think critically in defining and solving problems.
  4. Work effectively in teams with other health professionals.
  5. Embrace the professional and ethical responsiblities inherent to the practice of industrial hygiene.

Additional skills can be obtained in the Hazardous Substance Academic Training Program (HSAT), which provides specialized training in the management of hazardous substances for professionals in Industrial Hygiene (IH) and Environmental Health (EH). The program provides training in this multidisciplinary field, drawing on specialized coursework and experience in public health, environmental science, and engineering


School/Faculty/Department Environmental Health Sciences
Annual enrolment: 20
Scholarships and Awards: A number of scholarships are available. See the University website for details.

Qualifications offered

Master of Public Health (MPH) in Industrial Hygiene Full-time 2 years
Master of Science (MS) in Industrial Hygiene Full-time 2 years
Doctorate (PhD) in Industrial Hygiene Full-time 4 years


Web https://sph.umich.edu/ehs/programs/ih.html
Post University of Michigan School of Public Health
1415 Washington Heights,
1700 SPH I,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029
Tel +1 734 763 3860
Email sph.inquiries@ umich.edu