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Built Environmental Specialist Schools and Colleges

Environmental health specialists usually hold bachelor’s degrees in scientific disciplines. Specialists who pass a test and possess work experience qualify for state certification. Built environment specialists often hold graduate degrees in civil engineering or environmental health science.

Explore schools, colleges and universities offering accredited degree and career training programs that can prepare you for a career as a built environmental specialist.
  • New England Institute of Technology
    2500 Post Road
    Warwick, RI 02886
    401-739-5000
    www.neit.edu

  • Marywood University
    2300 Adams Avenue
    Scranton, PA 18509
    570-348-6234
    www.marywood.edu

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