The Executive Master's Program in Environmental Health provides master's level education to professionals wishing to pursue formal Environmental Health study. The program allows students to remain employed while advancing their academic career. Students attend classes during monthly, four-day periods (Thursday through Sunday) for 22 months. Formal classroom work is supplemented by readings, exercises, and work-related projects that are compelted between monthly class sessions. Electronic mail and conferencing allow convenient communication with faculty and fellow students.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission