The Interdisciplinary Environmental Certificate Program is designed to provide students with in-depth knowledge to develop innovative and creative solutions to improve and sustain the environment. There are two online graduate certificate concentrations: the Interdisciplinary Environmental Justice Certificate (IEJC) and the Interdisciplinary Environmental Health and Safety Certificate (IEHC).
Interdisciplinary Environmental Justice Certificate (IEJC)
Students will gain knowledge of local, state, and federal policies; social justice dynamics and public policies that impact environmental decision-making; economic activity and the environment; the history of environmental justice; and ethical considerations of environmental decision-making.
- Social Justice Dynamics and Public Policy Analyst
- Social Justice Dynamics and Public Policy Consultant
- Environmental Decision-Making and Economic Activity Analyst
Interdisciplinary Environmental Health and Safety Certificate (IEHC)
Students will gain knowledge of health and safety challenges in the workplace, home, and public spaces; chemical, physical, and biological hazards, and their controls; toxicological impacts of exposure to hazards; and environmental regulations
- Environmental Health and Safety Analyst
- Environmental Health and Safety Consultant
- Environmental Hazard Mitigation Analyst
Admission to the Graduate Interdisciplinary Environmental Certificate Program requires an earned B.A./B.S. degree and application for admission through the Graduate College.
Certificate completion requires 15 total credit hours. Explore the curriculum guides and more information about the program.
For IEJC and IEHC program-related questions:
Godfrey Uzochukwu, Ph.D.
Interdisciplinary Waste Management Institute
For IEHC (Only) program-related questions:
Alesia Ferguson, Ph.D.
Chair and Associate Professor
Built Environment Department
College of Science and Technology
For assistance with the admissions process:
The Graduate College
For assistance with the registration process:
Student Services Coordinator
336-285-3798 or 888-498-6752 (Toll-Free)