To more efficiently and effectively achieve the best health outcomes for people, animals and the environment, you need multidisciplinary education and training to develop your expertise in the surveillance, prevention, mitigation and intervention strategies that promote a healthy world.
With a Global One Health graduate certificate from Ohio State you will learn about the inextricable links among human health, animal health and environmental health and how to make a holistic impact in disease prevention and mitigation.
This certificate is a 15-credit program with online and in-person learning for a deeper understanding of the basic and applied aspects of epidemiology, environmental health sciences and zoonotic diseases. You will also select two courses that align with your academic interest or professional aspirations.
What is Global One Health?
One Health is a worldwide, multidisciplinary approach to prevention of and response to global health issues. It simultaneously addresses contaminants, their sources and the associated harmful impacts affecting humans, animals and the environment. The scope of multidisciplinary and integrated knowledge and skills that One Health encompasses elevates professional expertise to improve human health, animal health and environmental quality.
For more than 10 years, an array of experts across Ohio State has engaged in impactful, multidisciplinary projects using a One Health approach for disease surveillance, prevention and mitigation.
On your successful completion of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Global One Health, you will be able to:
- address complex interdisciplinary issues by working across discipline boundaries applicable to the One Health approach
- interpret monitoring and surveillance data regarding sources, types and reservoirs of environmental contaminants and/or factors affecting the health of both humans and animals
- summarize major categories of infectious microbial pathogens and other hazardous agents (i.e., chemical and radiological toxicants) associated with both human and animal diseases domestically and internationally
- describe the interactions and dynamics of disease determinants including infectious and toxicological hazards and impacts on complex infectious and chronic diseases
- Bachelor’s or advanced degree (includes college-level math, biology and chemistry)
- Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA
- Minimum Program Credits: 15 credits
- No more than 50 percent of the credit hours required for the certificate may count toward a degree (current students only)
|Course number||Course name||Credits|
|PUBHEPI 6410||Principles of Epidemiology||3 credits (distance)|
|PUBHEHS 6310||Principles of Environmental Health Sciences||3 credits (distance)|
|VETPREV 7721||Epidemiology of Zoonotic Diseases||3 credits (in-person)|
|Course number||Course name||Credits|
|VETPREV 7725||Veterinary Epidemology and Applied Data Analysis||3 credits|
|VETPREV 7722||Foodborne Diseases, Food Animal Production and Food Safety||3 credits|
|PUBHEPI 6436||Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases||3 credits|
|VETPREV 8700/PUBHEPI 8413||Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases||3 credits|
|PUBHEHS 5315||Principles of Toxicology||3 credits|
|PUBHEHS 6320||Global Health and Environmental Microbiology||3 credits|
|VETPREV 8830/PUBHEHS 5345||Modeling Transmission & Control of Infectious Diseases in Humans and Animals||3 credits|
|PUBHBIO 6210||Applied Biostatistics I||3 credits|
|VETPREV 7723||Biosecurity, Emergency Response & Outbreak Investigation||2 credits|
|VETPREV 7724.01||Environmental Health at the Human-Animal Interface||1 credit|
|PUBHLTH 7000||Public Health in Developing Countries||3 credits|
|GEOG 5210||Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)||3 credits|
|BMI 5710||Introduction to Biomedical Informatics||3 credits|
|NURS 7780||Evidence-Based Practice||3 credits|
|ENTMLGY 5605||Vector Biology and Vector Borne Disease||3 credits|
NOTE: Other graduate-level courses may be selected pending review and approval by the Graduate Certificate in Global One Health faculty oversight committee.
Current Ohio State students
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