Educational Programs

Creating interdisciplinary learning opportunities is essential to educating the next generation of scientists, public servants, and thought leaders. Seminar seriesbiosecurity workshops, outbreak simulation exercises, study abroad opportunities and multidisciplinary courses are just some of the ways Global One Health engages the future champions of One Health.

Dr. Peter Hotez speaking to TAMU attendees
Dr. Peter Hotez, National School of Tropical Medicine

Seminar Series

Texas A&M Global One Health supports community education by hosting seminars and guest lectures. The idea is to bring students and faculty across campus together with global health professionals to explore the many ways their current and future careers can make an impact in the realms of global health and health security.

Dr. Young introduces Dr. Parker for a lecture to undergraduates about Biodefense, Biosecurity & Bioterrorism Preparedness
Dr. Colin Young introduces Dr. Parker to his Fall 2019 VIBS 111 class

One Health Courses

Current course offerings that employ a One Health approach include:

  • BIMS 110: One Health in Action (reference syllabus)
  • VIBS 111: Biodefense, Biosecurity, and Bioterrorism (pictured right; reference syllabus)
  • BIMS 489: Twenty First Century Global One Health (reference syllabus)
  • BIMS 489: Twenty First Century Biological Threats (reference syllabus)
  • INTA 689: Infectious Diseases in the Developing World: Risks, Challenges and Solutions
  • VTPB 411: One Health and Ecology in the Tropics
  • INTA 689: Bioterrorism