Occupational health degree programs are designed to prepare public health specialists to monitor and evaluate health and related safety standards in commercial, industrial, and government facilities and workplaces.
These programs frequently include in-depth instruction in occupational health and safety standards and regulations, health hazard testing and evaluation, health-related aspects of various occupations and work environments, industrial toxicology, worker health and safety education, test equipment operation and maintenance, and the analysis and testing of job-related equipment, protective devices, behavior practices, and procedures.
Below are colleges and universities providing majors, degrees, and training programs in Occupational Health/Industrial Hygiene.
- California State University: Fresno Fresno, CA
- Central Washington University Ellensburg, WA
- Durham Technical Community College Durham, NC
- Grand Valley State University Allendale, MI
- Illinois State University Normal, IL
- Itawamba Community College Fulton, MS
- Laredo Community College Laredo, TX
- Montana Tech of the University of Montana Butte, MT
- National Labor College Silver Spring, MD
- North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Greensboro, NC
- North Central Texas College Gainesville, TX
- Oakland University Rochester, MI
- Ohio University Athens, OH
- Purdue University West Lafayette, IN
- St. Augustine’s College Raleigh, NC
- University of Findlay Findlay, OH
- University of Hawaii: Honolulu Community College Honolulu, HI