Environmental Health Specialist/Sanitarian
Science Course List

Minnesota Rules, 4695.2700, subpart 1A:
Evidence of receiving a baccalaureate or post-baccalaureate degree in environmental health, sanitary science, sanitary engineering, or other related environmental health field which includes at least 30 semester or 45 quarter hour credits in the physical or biological fields.

The following list of courses was approved by the Advisory Council, March 14, 2002, (some additions added later) and is intended to serve as a Core List to assure candidates and employers that these courses will be accepted as meeting the requirements of MN Rules 4695.2700, subpart 1A. It will be reviewed periodically and does not imply that other courses would not be added to the list.

Air Pollution Dairy Science Hazardous Materials Mgmt. Pathology
Anatomy Earth Science Health Science Phycology
Animal Science Ecology Herpetology Physics
Astronomy Embryology Histology Physiology
Bacteriology Emergency Management Hydrology-Geology Plant Taxonomy
Biochemistry Endocrinology Hydrology *Public Health
Biology Entomology Ichthyology Radiological Health
Biophysics Environmental Engineering Industrial Hygiene Sanitary Engineering
Biostatistics Epidemiology Limnology Sewage Sanitation
Botany Food Bacteriology Meteorology Soil Science
Calculus *Food Science Microbiology Statistics
Cell Physiology Genetics Molecular Biology Toxicology
Chemical Engineering Geophysics Occupational Safety Vector Control
Chemistry Geology Ornithology Virology
Civil Engineering Hazardous Waste Parasitology Zoology
*Community Health      

*Contact College for course description

Updated Wednesday, 09-Nov-2011 15:06:08 CST