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  • Environment and Public Health: Course Schedule | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    and how they use it in their internships and their lives 2015 EPH Agenda EPH covers a variety of topics including epidemiology microbiology investigation and enforcement techniques and much more A quiz is administered weekly on Monday mornings and a final exam is given the last day of class These tests are mandatory Attendance Policy Students must attend a minimum of 90 no more than 3 5 days absent for the duration of the course Students who attend less than 90 of class sessions will receive a failing grade for the course Attendance is documented through morning and afternoon sign in sheets each day Attendance at quizzes and exams is required make ups will not be offered Click on the calendars below to view the agenda of course topics for the 2014 EPH Program The 2015 schedule will be posted as soon as it becomes available Schedules are subject to change 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH

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  • Environment and Public Health: Prerequisites | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    certificate of completion will not be issued until you have provided proof that you have earned your undergraduate degree Courses in biology chemistry and environmental science are strongly recommended If you lack 32 science credits it may be possible to register for EPH as a 6 credit undergraduate course and or between 1 and 3 credits of independent study giving you a total of up to 9 credits These credits are earned by attending EPH and completing class assignments and quizzes as you normally would but also through completion of additional course work You will need to pay a separate fee to the Rutgers Summer Session office for these credits Please call 732 932 9271 and ask for Dalynn if you would like to discuss this option EPH is for career changers and undergraduates Learn from undergraduates how EPH differs from a typical college class and how it helped prepare them for the real world II To be eligible to sit for the NJ REHS Licensing Exam you must Meet the requirements listed above for entry into EPH AND Hold a Bachelors Degree AND Successfully complete the EPH program which includes a 200 hour field training internship OR Successfully complete college level courses deemed equivalent to EPH plus a 200 hour field training internship Note Our office helps EPH graduates with the application process for the REHS exam when taken the autumn immediately following the course 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice

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  • Environment and Public Health: Housing Options | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    pricing will be available in May For non Rutgers students including May 2014 graduates Parking permits will be provided by OCPE for the College Avenue Deck For additional information about on campus housing or to book your room please contact Dalynn Knigge at 732 932 9271 ext 622 or knigge rutgers edu Off Campus Housing Local Hotels Extended Stay Facilities Below is a list of local hotels and extended stay facilities at which we have arranged discounted rates for our EPH students Prices are subject to change so please check with the facility directly for current pricing and don t forget to mention that you are an EPH student when making your reservation NJ Short Term Rentals http njshorttermrentals com 877 650 5199 or info njstr com Corporate Lodgings http www corporatelodgings com Private rooms available completely furnished Contact Cecilia at 973 584 3457 or rentals corporatelodgings com Staybridge Suites North Brunswick NJ approximately 5 miles to campus http www ichotelsgroup com staybridge hotels us en north brunswick nbkts hoteldetail Studio Suites for 1 Student and 1 Bedroom Suites for 2 Students subject to availability All suites include a full kitchen wireless internet complimentary self serve laundry facilities 24 hour fitness center indoor swimming pool courtyard pavilion with BBQ grills a den for group study sessions and discounts to local restaurants movies within walking distance In addition the Staybridge offers a complimentary shuttle service to and from class every day Plus to help you save on food expenses they serve a complimentary hot breakfast seven days a week as well as a complimentary light dinner fare three nights a week For pricing information please contact Gary Orswell Director of Sales at 732 940 2250 x 703 or via email at gorswell staybridgenj com Sonesta Suites Somerset NJ approx 8 miles to Cook Campus http www sonesta com somerset 1 bedroom 1 bath 69 per student including tax 2 bedroom 2 bath 2 students 58 per student including tax Trio Suites 3 students 44 per student including tax Contact James Ales at 732 356 8000 or jales sonesta com AVE by Korman Communities Somerset NJ http www aveliving com locations somerset default aspx Download brochure PDF Contact Alice Oswald at 732 406 0101 or aoswald aveliving com Rooms for Rent in Private Homes Deb Palmer One bedroom in Piscataway NJ 10 minutes from campus From 125 per week Includes wireless access Contact Deb at 732 718 1420 or dpalmer aesop rutgers edu Lisa Estler Furnished bedroom in private new home in Kendall Park NJ 9 miles from campus 1 200 for 7 weeks Includes queen size bed use of laundry kitchen facilities wireless cable private bath no smoking Contact Lisa at 848 932 3575 or estler aesop rutgers edu Adam Novick Two single bedrooms available in Edison NJ 5 minutes from campus 1 500 for 7 weeks Includes kitchen utilities common bath internet washer dryer rec room w large cable TV and deck with hot tub Contact Adam at 908 208

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  • Environment and Public Health: Students in the News | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    was offered a position with the Hawaii Department of Health She now works in Honolulu as a Foodborne Surveillance Coordinator Read about her journey to a dream job For Many a Mid life Career Change is the Answer by Clare Celano Greater Media Newspapers This June 2010 article about mid life career changers features two recent EPH students Tom Felcetto and Marianne Feeney who successfully transitioned into positions with local health departments Nick DeStefano Student Hero by Rebecca Rathmill Rutgers University Meet 2010 EPH graduate Nick DeStefano It s no surprise that a person who wants to dedicate his life to helping others has already saved a life Read his amazing story 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is

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  • Environment and Public Health: Student Testimonials | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Continuing Education is great at providing personal support Between coordinating grades test reviews answering all sorts of questions that were asked and even offering a brief course in resume writing I don t feel like I have gotten that kind of attention on that level anywhere else in my academic career I kind of wanted to freak when I saw the course binder but as I started to explore how much material was actually provided to me I was relieved that it was so organized and in language that was easily understood Each of the instructors brought something different to the table even the guest speakers were very helpful in building confidence and providing skills toward becoming a successful environmental health professional EPH exceeded all of my expectations Having a course come with an internship and guidance for state licensure was amazing I couldn t have gotten experience like this anywhere else It was nice to go out at the end of class and put what I just learned right to use Nickolas DeStefano Blum REHS EPH 2010 I knew where I wanted to go in terms of my career FDA inspector I just did not know how to get there EPH provided me with what I needed to set my career on the most expedient path and the necessary experience to gain momentum in the field I especially enjoyed the eclectic group of qualified instructors from different areas and the organized structure of such an intense course An immense amount of material is covered but EPH sufficiently prepared me for the challenge Daniel Yang REHS EPH 2009 Bloomfield East Orange Health Departments I had a pretty high expectation about EPH when I enrolled in the program in the summer of 2009 and I was not disappointed The scope of my knowledge in environmental public health has been broadened beyond my wildest imagination I m ready to make a huge difference in this area I m glad to be a graduate of the Rutgers EPH program Samuel Annor MPH REHS EPH 2009 Doctoral Student UMDNJ School of Public Health The REHS License not only looks great on my resume but as a professional working in the food industry it really helps me to understand food safety from a regulator s view Additionally it has given me much insight into industrial environmental compliance as well In today s economic climate multiple skill sets are valued by employers I really enjoyed the course and found it a great value Laura DePinto Marsella REHS EPH 2009 QC Manager Food Manufacturing Industry After graduation I was at a loss The economy was in a slump and I felt as if I had no clear direction of what a B S in Public Health would qualify me to do The EPH class helped me to focus The intense coursework was challenging and informative I gained a better understanding of different industries that utilized the specific skill set I possessed and was able to use this information to get a job in health that is exciting rewarding and fulfilling I would definitely recommend this class I can t praise it enough I remember stressing about how I was going to pay for it but eventually I just decided to do it I m so happy I did C Danielle Clemons REHS EPH 2008 NJ Department of Health I would like to thank you for your assistance in helping me find an internship with the Long Branch Health Department last year because it turned into a full time position for me Along with health inspections I am now certified as a Lead Risk Assessor Inspector and a coordinator for our newest program with the Public Advocates office Model Lead Safe Cities I am also coordinator for our infectious disease control program using the CDRSS database Everything is going great and I will be starting graduate school for my Masters in Public Health in September EPH was a superb jump start to a successful career in public health Again my sincere thanks for all your hard work and assistance Michael Kowal REHS EPH 2008 Monmouth Regional Health Commission Although I am a veteran student with 3 degrees under my belt EPH was by far the most challenging and rewarding educational program I ve experienced With what I learned in EPH I expect to have a long fruitful career in environmental health Frank McAllen REHS EPH 2008 Sr Environmental Specialist Disease Strategies EPH gives you a really intense experience where you make or break it There was just so much good material that it was overwhelmingly a positive experience I m getting to use the technical expertise that I have as well as involve the policy stuff that I m interested in If you re interested in fighting for public health and going out there and literally making the world a better place if you re interested in doing that and you think it s really worth it the class is absolutely fantastic Emily Carey REHS EPH 2008 Rutgers Public Health Continuing Education I was able to successfully make a career change because of the EPH program at Rutgers The curriculum provides an excellent foundation for becoming an REHS I have never attended a program where so many experts not only teach in such an intimate atmosphere but also share their real life experiences They were very approachable and when I finished the course I left with a network of specialists who are only a phone call or email away if I have questions Furthermore the hands on experience provided through the field training was invaluable There are some things that cannot be learned in the classroom so being out in the field exponentially increased my knowledge Finally the staff at Rutgers was wonderful during the whole process They really reduced my stress by taking care of a lot of the paperwork required for the state exam Was it worth the time and money You bet I have a

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  • Environment and Public Health: How Students Rate the Program | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    content of the program 49 33 10 1 0 Rate the usefulness of the information for your career 54 30 8 1 0 Would you recommend this course to a friend Yes No 2010 2012 combined responses 100 1 TESTIMONIALS Click here to find out how EPH has changed the lives of our students My Favorite Things Hear about the fascinating topics from epidemiology to noise pollution to sewage treatment plant excursions that bring lessons to life for EPH students 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is an REHS About the REHS License Qualifying for the Exam Applying for the Exam Taking Passing the Exam Exam Results Licensing Retesting Policy REHS Continuing Education Using the REHS License Outside NJ

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  • Environment and Public Health: Student Comments About EPH | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    that taught the practical aspects of being an REHS All staff members have been informative and helpful I m really thrilled with this class It s hard but it s interesting almost all the professors are top notch The information is all good but the best part is the practical field trips because the students can see exactly what was taught in class Great overview mix of speakers It has been a great experience with the staff speakers and students Thank you It was excellent and your team really listens to student comments I am thoroughly enjoying the course It is better than I expected and has even gotten me more enthusiastic to get into the field I m ecstatic to be here Staff is very fostering and caring Great instructors and interesting topics The field trip put everything together So much easier to understand what we ve been talking about when you can actually see it Learned so much from the instructors field experiences It s interesting and the information can be applied to life in general I finally realized my money and time investment was wisely done High quality instructors and good preparation for the field It s very interesting to be able to apply the things learned in previous weeks like microbiology to things we are learning now like food safety I m anxious to apply what I learned in the course to the field A great volume of information relevant and useful 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student

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  • Environment and Public Health: Advice from Past Graduates | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    period of time M ake good contacts with professionals in their field of study Be prepared mentally The course is time consuming and demanding Prepare for information overload Send in your transcripts way in advance Do some preparatory reading before course begins especially microbiology It is nearly impossible to work full time and pass this course If possible save money and work part time simultaneously Attend classes every day so that you can get all the information Form study groups EPH students relax on a break from class 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is an REHS About the REHS License Qualifying for the Exam Applying for the Exam Taking Passing the Exam Exam Results Licensing Retesting Policy REHS

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