What is one health?: youtube.com/watch?v=62g_yBlojFU
One Health certificate
By understanding the interconnectedness that exists within the living world, we can feed a growing human population while protecting the natural world at the same time. One Health equally considers human, animal and environmental health as an integrated whole. Since its inception as a collaborative effort between human medicine and veterinary medicine, it has become an integral approach to the understanding and mitigation of infectious disease, specifically zoonotic disease.
Most of the major health challenges facing the world today, including COVID-19 and world food security, are One Health issues. UD is one of only a handful of universities across the world offering a One Health Certificate.
Earn your certificate and learn how to critically evaluate and sustainably solve the world’s most pressing health issues in a collaborative and multidisciplinary way.
Elective courses (to total 16 cr.):
PLSC 140: People and Plants: Feast or Famine (3 cr.)
ANFS 230: Foodborne Disease: Investigating Outbreaks (3 cr.)
ENWC 201: Wildlife Conservation (3 cr.)
MMSC 270: Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease (4 cr.)
ANTH 304: Culture, Health, Environment (3 cr.)
ANFS 332: Introduction to Animal Diseases (3 cr.)
ANFS 436: Immunology of Domestic Animals (3 cr.)
MMSC 428: Medical Microbiology (3 cr.)