The One Health Learning Community is a unique educational opportunity for freshman and sophomore undergraduate students. This educational approach brings together students from diverse backgrounds to introduce the concept of One Health and provide a focused, high-impact series of exposures to the disciplines that interact within the framework of One Health.
The One Health Learning Community meets weekly during the Spring semesters. Enrollment is limited to 20-25 students, so each student has the ability to interact with faculty and be an active participant in a dynamic learning environment. Lectures feature Texas A&M University faculty from multiple disciplines and students participate in experiential learning opportunities, including hands-on workshops, field trips, and interactions with on-campus research teams.
All majors are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply:
- Stay tuned for Spring 2019 applications.
- Cannot be currently enrolled in ANY other learning community on campus, including Partnership for Primary Care (PPC)
- Must be an undergraduate student
- Must be of freshman or sophomore classification
- Must complete Fall 2016 semester with a 3.0 GPA or higher and 12 hours (minimum)
- Must have completed or be registered for ONE of the following courses:
- CHEM 101 OR 102
- BIOL 107
- BIOL 111 OR 112
- ANSC 107/108
Applications will be reviewed by a committee of faculty, staff and department heads shortly after grades are posted for the Fall 2018 semester. All students will be notified by email and those who are accepted will be directed to register for the course during open registration in January 2019. The course will be reflected on an official transcript, but there are no tuition or fees charged and grades will not be recorded. Students will not receive course credit for participating in the One Health Learning Community.
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