The protection of public health is the key principle underlining the work of Environmental Health Officers, whether this involves investigating a food poisoning outbreak or accident at work, along with noise problems, housing issues and environmental contamination.
With a Associate
in Environmental Health
at University of North Georgia
you will typically have learnt to critically analyse the implications of biological, chemical, physical, social and psychosocial stress on human health in the areas of food safety, health and safety, housing, environmental protection and public health and demonstrate the communication skills necessary for effective intervention to protect public health.