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EOH 353 Global Perspective of Environmental Health

Provides a perspective and framework for evaluating a broad and dynamic range of environmental issues, from bioterrorism to global warming to restaurant grading systems. This wide-ranging and topical course provides an overview of the field of Environmental and Occupational Health, including such major subject areas as environmental diseases, food safety, hazardous materials and waste management, vector control, and water and air pollution.

Not open for credit for students taking EOH 356A and EOH 356B. (Available for General Education, Lifelong Learning.)


Prerequisite: Completion of lower division writing requirement.

Pedagogical Approach

Inclusive Pedagogy 

Learning Outcomes

Lifelong Learning

Goal: Students will develop cognitive, physical and affective skills, which will allow them to become more integrated and well-rounded individuals within various physical, social, cultural, and technological environments and communities.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  1. Identify and actively engage in behaviors conducive to individual health, well-being or development, and understand the value of maintaining these behaviors throughout their lifespan.
  2. Identify and apply strategies leading to health, well-being or development for community members of diverse populations.
  3. Apply the knowledge and skills of science and technology and evaluate how they impact individuals, the community and/or society.


Writing Intensive (GE Designation WI)

Goal: Students will develop their abilities to express themselves and the knowledge they have obtained through practicing various forms of writing within different disciplinary contexts. Writing intensive courses will build upon the skills gained in the Analytical Reading and Expository Writing section of Basic Skills. In each WI course, students will be required to complete writing assignments totaling a minimum of 2,500 words.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  1. Develop and clearly define their ideas through writing.
  2. Ethically integrate sources of various kinds into their writing.
  3. Compose texts through drafting, revising and completing a finished product.
  4. Express themselves through their writing by posing questions, making original claims and coherently structuring complex ideas.
  5. Revise their writing for greater cogency and clarity.
  6. Utilize adopted communication modes and documentation styles of specific disciplines (MLA, APA, Chicago, CBE, etc.) where appropriate.


Case Studies

Project Solving 


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