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Passed SPM or equivalent with FIVE (5) credits including the following subjects:
GCE/O-Level or equivalent with FIVE credits (Grade C) in the following subjects:
Proficiency in English (Required for those whose medium of instruction is no in the English language.)
Pass International English Language Testing Services (IELTS) with a minimum of 5.5 orTest of English as a foreign language (TOEFL) with a minimum of 550
All courses are listed according to the first cohort (April intake of HS304). If you are interested to know for other cohorts (August and November intake), fell free to contact our coordinators.
Environmental health careers might be mostly field-based or entail policy work, legislation, and other aspects of environmental sanitation, preservation and regulation. They may examine field data to determine levels of pollution in the air, water, or soil, or they may monitor climatic changes and other environmental variables.
Environmental health practitioners, on the other hand, may communicate data and findings to partner agencies, policymakers, legislators, and the general public. Some of the most well-known public health occupations in environmental health are: