Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course uses the same textbook as the Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene courses offered by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. The class is structured in a way that allows a student to study material relevant to the IH discipline, and the Unit Assessments are basically case studies that cause the student to "practice" IH.
I learned quite a bit about the process that the EPA used to conduct risk assessments of the lower Manhattan area following 9/11.
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Advice for students:
Professor Bullock requires you to restate the essay question as the first sentence of your Unit essays, and he is a stickler for APA.