This exciting programme offers graduates a broad scientific training and the opportunity to advance One Health beyond the theoretical to the practical and bring much needed attention to the policy and operational issues that ultimately will be key determinants for success.
The aim of the One Health MSc is to provide veterinary and medical professionals, and graduates in other related disciplines, such as life sciences and ecosystem health, with the knowledge and skills to work in a One Health framework that recognises the importance of interdisciplinary working and the interrelatedness of human, animal and environmental health.
On completion of this MSc, graduates will enhance their ability to provide advice on policy development and implementation that is particularly relevant to governments and NGOs.
The main programme aims will enable students to:
This article was published on Feb 15, 2013