Program prepares graduates for jobs in environmental policy, advocacy, consulting, or science.
Faculty research areas include ecohydrology, biogeochemistry, conservation biology, and energy innovation.
Recent graduates have obtained positions with the Peace Corps, Environmental Protection Agency, Smithsonian Institution, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Carnegie Institution for Science.
The curriculum combines managerial skills with scientific and clinical knowledge of exercise physiology, human biochemistry, behavioral psychology, and nutrition.
Graduate students select an area of emphasis in either corporate health, exercise physiology, health communication, health policy, global health, or nutrition education.
Program graduates are working at places such as the Wellness Corporate Solutions, Mayo Clinic, Pan American Health Organization, Partnership to Promote Healthy Eating and Active Living, National WIC Association, American Heart Association, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The program is designed for students who are interested in expanding their work to include nutrition education or for professionals who are involved with creating programs and implementing policy to address the obesity epidemic.
This certificate is closely aligned to the health promotion management MS, which educates students to be leaders in the field of health promotion.
Select courses in the certificate program are offered online throughout the year.
The program prepares professionals in the development, research, and analysis of quantitative tools to turn ideas into intelligent, informed actions.
Faculty research areas range from the development of statistical methods for evolutionary biology and environmental science, computational statistics, statistics of genocide, and many others areas of specialization.
Departmental ties to various governmental agencies such as the National Science Foundation, Environmental Protection Agency, the Food and Drug Administration, and the National Institutes of Health offer students exposure to numerous research opportunities and connections to employment opportunities.
Translation certificates are available in French, Russian, and Spanish.
The certificates provide students with an introduction to the methods, problems, technology, and theory of translation of the written word.
The emphasis is on general translation into English, but we also provide secondary training in reverse translation, and use texts from the fields of business, politics, technology, medicine, and literature.
Matt Mullin won third place and a prize of $2,000 for his drone technology startup Sand Scan at Lab to Launch, a new science and technology entrepreneurship competition established by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).