The Certificate in One Health curriculum consists of 15 credits of the same courses that make up the MSc by Coursework in One Health curriculum. All coursework is offered exclusively online, with no mandatory login times, and can be completed from any location. All One Health students start together at the beginning of each January term.
The One Health teaching approach focuses on integration of diverse student backgrounds and skill sets. You will be encouraged to draw from your individual specializations to complete course assignments, discussions, and projects. You will also be provided the opportunity to sharpen your leadership, teamwork, and communication skills through group projects.
Courses are divided into three subject areas:
- Policy/Planning Implementation & Social Sciences
- Research & Research Survey Tools
- Special Topics
The required number of credits per subject area are listed below.
SELECTION OF COURSES
Required credits: 3
VETPG140/One Health & Systems Approaches (1 credit)
VETPG150/Communications (1 credit)
1MPH-503 Advocacy in Public Health Policy and Law (3 credits)
1MPH-504 Cultural Competency and Global Public Health (3 credits)
1MPH-506 Environmental Health in Public Health (3 credits)
Required credits: 5
2VETPG141/Biostatistics & Epidemiology (5 credits)
2VETPG142/Research Project Design (2 credits)
2VETPG144/Surveillance & Diagnostics (3 credits)
Required credits: 5
2VETPG143/Conservation Medicine (3 credits)
2VETPG145/Zoonoses (3 credits)
2VETPG146A/Safety of Food of Animal Origin (2 credits)
2VETPG146B/Disaster Preparedness (2 credits)
2VETPG146C/Animal Health Program Management (2 credits)
Required credits: 2
May be taken from any category above.
1Courses delivered by Chamberlain University from the Master of Public Health degree program
2AAVSB’s RACE®-approved courses for continuing education (CE) in veterinary medicine
Please see our Academic Catalog for a complete list of courses and course information.
MSc One Health and Certificate in One Health program availability varies by location.