The Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Health (BAScEH) is a four-year applied degree that prepares graduates to assess, manage, and regulate environmental factors that could impact health. The program covers water quality, air quality, waste management, food safety, infectious disease control, sustainability and more, and will provide graduates with theoretical knowledge, hands-on skills training, and work practicum field placements. Graduates from the BAScEH program are capable of operating in multi-disciplinary settings across sectors, including government and industry. The program pathways include a 4-year direct entry route, as well as a temporary degree completion program ("bridging") for previous diploma graduates.
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