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VPH Required Concentration Courses

Descriptions of Required Courses for the veterinary public health (VPH) concentration in addition to the core MPH courses 


VMD 837 Food Hygiene and Zoonoses (2) Host-agent relationships, public health aspects of veterinary medicine and role of veterinarians in ecology and food hygiene. (or CEM 610)

CEM 611 Journal Club in Emerging Infectious Diseases (2) Readings and discussions based on current literature. Grading Restriction: Satisfactory/No Credit grading only. Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 12 hrs.

PUBH 550 Theory, Program Development, and Implementation (3) Theoretical foundations for community health education; opportunities to develop skills in program development and implementation associated with community health education.

Related Electives (9)

Professional Skills Development:

PUBH 587-88 Internship (3, 3) Internship (community health education) in either approved organizational or research setting under supervision of designated preceptor. Prereq: MPH major, one semester advance notice and consent of major advisor. PUBH 589 credit available only for approved extended placements. S/NC only.



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