The Collaborative Specialization in One Health (CSOH) prepares future leaders for the complex challenges at the confluence of human, animal, and environmental health, working across disciplinary boundaries, conducting multidisciplinary research, mobilizing knowledge, and informing policy.
Doctoral and Master’s (thesis or course work and major research paper) students wishing to undertake graduate studies with emphasis on One Health will be admitted by a participating department and will register in both the participating department and in the collaborative specialization.
Animal Biosciences (MSc, PhD), Biomedical Sciences (MBS, MSc, PhD), Computational Sciences (PhD), Computer Science (MSc), Engineering (MEng, MASc, PhD), Environmental Sciences (MES, MSc, PhD), Food Science (MSc, PhD), Geography (MA, MSc, PhD), History (MA, PhD), Human Health and Nutritional Sciences (MSc, PhD), Integrative Biology (MSc, PhD), Molecular and Cellular Biology (MSc, PhD), Pathobiology (MSc, PhD), Political Science (MA, PhD), Population Medicine (MSc, PhD), Philosophy (MA, PhD), Public Issues Anthropology (MA), and Rural Planning and Development (MSc)
Graduate Program Coordinator
Dr. Katie Clow
519-824-4120 ext 53944 | email@example.com