The MS in Animals and Public Policy (MAPP) is an intensive, 12-to-16-month program focusing on human-animal relationships and their implications for policy and community action. MAPP students share a passion for human-animal relationships and promoting the status of animals in society.
The MS in Conservation Medicine (MCM) uses a One Health approach to address urgent issues facing our planet, including emerging and resurging diseases, habitat use conflicts, environmental contamination, ecosystem and climate change, biodiversity loss, and ecosystem function degradation.
A 12-month graduate degree program, the Masters of Infectious Disease and Global Health (MS-IDGH) addresses the emergence of new or increasingly virulent infectious agents, antimicrobial resistance, and the risk of deliberate dissemination of bio threat agents as seriously evolving threats to human health.
"The reason I chose the MAPP Program was it seemed so diverse in everything that it covered. I learned how to look at animal protection/humane protection in an economic, psychological and historic way.."
"We gained a level of confidence in the MCM program—whether addressing a group of people, researching specific topics we were inexperienced in, or designing new projects—these skills have helped me since I graduated and will no doubt help me in the future."
"Currently, I’m in the research field, and being in the MSIDGH program gave me the experience necessary to excel in my position."
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