Master One Health
Management of Animal and Public Health
new 120-credit master is open to bachelor students from multiple horizons and also accessible to doctors of veterinary medicine with a lightened program. This new master meets strong expectations of the society regarding the One Health theme: the safety and efficacy of disease control and prevention at the interface of animals and humans in their environment, including both the regulatory aspects and science that makes possible to implement new prevention methods (eg biopharmaceuticals and vaccines) and the safety of the food chain, from primary production (eg livestock) to processed food. Graduates of this master's degree specifically dedicated to public and animal health, in a One Health perspective, will have societal missions perfectly complementary to those of veterinary doctors.