EHAC-National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council

The mission of the National Environmental Health Science & Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC) is to enhance the education and training of students in environmental health science and protection. The EHAC Council develops and applies accreditation guidelines for institutions of higher education that wish to ensure premium quality education and training of environmental health science and protection practitioners.






PO Box 66057
Burien, WA 98166

Office 206-522-5272
Fax 206-985-9805

Interested in Accreditation?

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Want to know the benefits of an accredited environmental health(EH) program?
Benefits of Accreditation

Looking to get your college's EH program accredited? Accreditation Process

Do you want to be a council member for EHAC? Council Obligations

What does an EHAC member do? Member Obligations

How does an EH program gain accreditation?Accreditation Process

Need the latest EHAC undergraduate guidelines? undergraduate guidelines

Need the latest EHAC graduate guidelines? graduate guidelines

For information about the REHS/RS Exam and certification opportunites, please visit the National Environmental Health Association's website.