The MSc in one Health degree program is comprised of 100% online coursework, a one-week residency in St. Kitts, and a final capstone project. All online coursework can be completed on your own time from the location of your choice.
The one-week residency in St. Kitts coincides with One Health Week at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. It provides an opportunity to meet in-person with other students in the program and faculty actively engaged in One Health research, while allowing the student cohort to share their perspective and dissertation work to the Ross Vet research community. Each MSc in One Health residency week is themed around a specific One Health discipline and is integrated with leadership, team building, and presentation skill competencies.
In your last course, you will complete a One Health capstone project in an area of your choosing that pulls all of your coursework together to demonstrate your working knowledge of One Health concepts using a systems approach to the discipline of your choice. The capstone project may be carried out in St. Kitts and Nevis or in other locations, as appropriate, under the supervision of a Ross Vet faculty member. The research component may be desk-based, lab-based, or through fieldwork and will result in the submission of a mini-thesis.
MSc In One Health Degree Program Highlights
- 42 credits
- 100% online coursework with no mandatory login times
- 1, 2, or 3 year completion options
- Optional 1-week residency in St. Kitts
|Introduction to One Health and Systems Thinking||1|
|Writing and Presentation Skills (Communicating One Health)||1|
|Applied Epidemiology and Biostatistics||5|
|Research Project Design||2|
|Conservation Medicine / Ecosystem Health||3|
|Zoonoses (Intersection Between Human and Animal Health)||3|
|Surveillance and Diagnostic Methods||3|
|Advocacy in Public Health Policy and Law*||3|
|Cultural Competency and Global Public Health*||3|
|Environmental Health in Public Health*||3|
* Delivered by Chamberlain University, choose 2; dependent on availability
Choose 1; Dependent on availability
|Animal Health Program Management||2|
|Safety of Foods of Animal Origin||2|
|1-Week Residency in St. Kitts||1|
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine has a written agreement with Chamberlain University to teach the leadership and public policy-related courses that are required in Ross Vet’s MSc One Health degree program. The proportion of the degree program that is taught by Chamberlain is noted below. There are no additional costs incurred by Ross Vet students as a result of enrolling in a degree program at Ross Vet that is taught, in part, by Chamberlain University.
|Degree Program||Percentage of Credits Provided by Chamberlain University||Percentage of Credits Provided by Ross Vet|
|MSc in One Health||14% (6 credits)||86% (36 credits)|