Sub-major - Environmental Health

Western Sydney University Sub-major Code: SM3113.1

Related Courses

3754.1 Bachelor of Science
3754.2 Bachelor of Science
3755.1 Bachelor of Medical Science
3755.2 Bachelor of Medical Science
3756.1 Bachelor of Science (Pathway to Teaching Primary/Secondary)
3756.2 Bachelor of Science (Pathway to Teaching Primary/Secondary)
3757.1 Bachelor of Advanced Science
3757.2 Bachelor of Advanced Science
3758.1 Bachelor of Advanced Medical Science
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6043.2 Diploma in Science/Bachelor of Science

Available to students in other Western Sydney University Courses: YES, but restrictions apply.

The Environmental Health sub-major offers focused knowledge and skills associated with understanding environmental factors that influence and contribute to health. Students will focus on and further develop in areas associated with food safety, toxicology, water and air quality, disease prevention and disaster and emergency management. The sub-major is suitable as a complementary area of study for students in a broad range of courses across the university, and is recommended for health science students in public health, health promotion and health services management. Students should note that travel to other campuses may be required.

Sub-major Structure

Students must complete four units as follows

Choose four of

300859 Food Safety
300877 Toxicology
300867 Disease Prevention and Control
300824 Management of Aquatic Environments
301276 Air Pollution & Control
300880 Disaster and Emergency Management

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