Welcome to the CoursePlus Web site for PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH II (180.610.01), a course offered by the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Utilizes the concepts, principles and applications of the natural and social science disciplines that form the basis of environmental health to address a series of selected issues of current importance. In a case-study format, students learn and work as members of a group to investigate the driving forces that underlie these issues and explore the values of various strategies of assessment and intervention. Assignments include individual written work and group presentations based upon search of the current literature. Focus is on classroom discussion and the critical evaluation of approaches to environmental health practice. Integrates the practical experiences of students in the class wherever possible.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: •Work as a member of a team to consider multi-disciplinary approaches to the solution of environmental health problems. •Give critical consideration to information presented in the scientific literature and discuss its use in the assessment of environmental hazards. •Discuss the relative merits and disadvantages of various interventions to protect health in the context of their specific application. •Develop strategies to address the multiplicity of factors that often drive seemingly uncomplicated environmental public health problems.
Tue Thu 8:30 AM to 10:20 AM
180.609.01 Principles of Environmental Health I
The targeted audience is EHS degree candidates.
Grading Policy: Grading is based on written work and contributions to group and class participation.
Grading Restrictions: Letter grade