The world is facing many critical issues that affect both our environment and health. One of the main goals of the School of Environment and Health Sciences is to graduate professionals that are fully prepared to directly face these challenges and demonstrate leadership in finding solutions within their local, national and global communities. The School offers two undergraduate program options: The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Management and Bachelor of Science in Health Organization Management. Both programs focus on preparing students for their chosen career paths through a combination of academic and applied learning related to current health and environment concerns. The School's vision is to graduate top environment and health professionals by providing an educational environment recognized for its academic excellent and ethical standards.
A Word from the Chair
We are facing serious issues that affect our environment and health, thus one of the main goals of the School of Environment and Health Sciences is to graduate professionals that are well prepared to face these challenges and be the proactive leaders of environment and health in their own communities and globally. Furthermore, we would like to provide our students with the knowledge and skills that pertain to environment and health through providing them with direct access to the repository of information of the latest developments in health and through hands-on experience tackling real health issues.
Our School vision is to graduate the best environment and health professionals to serve their nations, by providing an educational environment where excellence is pursued in endeavors and ethical behavior is reflected in activities. On behalf of the Faculty members, I would like to welcome you to join our School and become a member of our family to learn and work with us in improving the quality of our environment and health. And always keep in mind that a healthy environment means a healthier you!
Dr. Rami El Khatib
Chair, School of Environment and Health
Canadian University of Dubai