The Master of Public Health in One Health degree option trains students to investigate the health linkages between humans, animals, and their shared environments. Students develop expertise in a wide variety of relevant topics, including zoonotic diseases, comparative clinical medicine, animals as sentinels, animal worker health, food safety, and the human-animal bond. The MPH in One Health is a 2-year degree. Students in this option complete both a practicum and a research thesis as a culminating experience.
Requirements: Baccalaureate degree in science or engineering. MPH admissions require a baccalaureate degree, generally in science or engineering, with coursework in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. GPA minimum of 3.0 for last 90 credits of study. Competitive applicants usually have Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores above the 65th percentile. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are not required of applicants with an MD or PhD. No specific subject area tests are required.
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