ENV341H1: Environment and Health



Examination of the linkages between human health and environment using an interdisciplinary, planetary health lens. Addresses basic public health and toxicological principles. Case studies are examined to highlight the multifaceted ways health and environment are interconnected and to understand key factors modulating environmental exposures and health outcomes in various populations.

ENV221H1/ ENV222H1 or ( BIO230H1/ BIO255H1, and enrolment in the HMB Specialist in Health and Disease/HMB Specialist in Global Health), and completion of at least 8.0 credits of courses. Students who do not meet all of the prerequisites are encouraged to contact the Undergraduate Associate Director.
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Living Things and Their Environment (4)
Mode of Delivery
In Class