United States Doctor of Occupational Health & Safety Doctorates
Occupational health and hygiene professionals work to protect people and the environment by analyzing business practices and inspecting workplaces. If you are looking to enhance your education in occupational health and safety you may want to consider earning a graduate-level industrial hygiene degree.
Professionals in this field often design and deliver programs, procedures, and trainings to organizations and businesses that help prevent disease and injury to workers—and damage to the environment. Earning an advanced occupational health and safety degree may be a great way to build your base of knowledge in industrial hygiene.
Phd in Occupational Health and Safety
Wondering what types of industrial hygiene doctorate degree programs are out there? There are a lot of different options to choose from, such as a Ph.D. in Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene or an OTD Doctor of Occupational Therapy, or perhaps the Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering Studies interests you?
It’s simple to filter your search by location and campus type. You can search online industrial hygiene doctorate degree programs or on-campus.
Are you interested in learning abroad or do you want to find OTD & Ph.D. industrial hygiene degree programs your area? Just filter you search by location to choose from a list of accredited colleges or universities that meet your criteria and pick the best option for you!
- Pittsburgh, PAPittsburgh, PA
University of Pittsburgh
Indiana University Of Pennsylvania
Safety Sciences Ph.D.
- Loma Linda, CALoma Linda, CA
Loma Linda University
At Loma Linda University's School of Public Health, you get a top-notch Christian education where the school's mission is to further the healing/teaching ministry of Jesus Christ to "make man whole" - body, mind and spirit. Learn with others where diver...
- Auburn, ALAuburn, AL
Engineering approach to accident and work stress prevention.
- Ann Arbor, MIAnn Arbor, MI
University of Michigan
Industrial Hygiene (IH) is a health profession that applies knowledge and principles from the natural sciences, engineering, environmental health, statistics, psychology, and program management to the protection of workers and the public from chemical,...
- Coral Gables, FLCoral Gables, FL
University of Miami
The objective of the program is to prepare engineers and occupational safety and health specialists to meet the changing demands of industry, government, and service organizations, such as insurance and utility industries. The curricul...
- Miami, FL
- Los Angeles, CALos Angeles, CA
University of California - Los Angeles
This occupational hygiene program trains industrial hygiene practitioners and researchers to recognize, evaluate and control environmental hazards in the workplace. Industrial hygienists are environmental specialists concerned with evaluation and contro...
- Seattle, WASeattle, WA
University of Washington
"We are a dynamic department whose primary focus is discovering and analyzing the links between health and the environment. The faculty is multidisciplinary and includes physicians, engineers, chemists, toxicologists, industrial hygienists, and other pu...
- Birmingham, ALBirmingham, AL
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Environmental pollution and worker protection needs are issues generating increasing public pressure for resolution. The Department of Environmental Health Sciences offers programs to address these problems in the traditional public interest areas with...
- Cheyenne, WYCheyenne, WY
Warren National University
The Safety Engineering program is a discipline which is regulatory driven as well as technology driven, and as such is continually evolving with new legal and regulatory requirements being addressed by safety professionals. New interpretations of the di...
- San Francisco, CASan Francisco, CA
University of California - Berkeley
- Cincinnati, OHCincinnati, OH
University of Cincinnati
The Environmental/Industrial Hygiene division faculty maintain nationally and internationally recognized training and research programs. M.S. and Ph.D. students all conduct independent research which advances their particular field of interest.
- Columbia, SCColumbia, SC
University of South Carolina
Three tracks are available to students entering the Department of Environmental Health Sciences:Environmental Quality, Industrial Hygiene, and Hazardous Materials Management.
- Tampa, FLTampa, FL
University of South Florida
To reach the educational goal which will enable graduates to successfully develop, administer, and evaluate environmental and occupational health programs, MPH students are trained not only to recognize environmental and occupational hazards and their e...
- West Lafayette, INWest Lafayette, IN
The School of Health Sciences offers programs leading to the M.S. or Ph.D. degree in health physics, occupational health (industrial hygiene, ergonomics), medical physics, toxicology, and environmental health. These training programs prepare graduate...