Fontbonne’s One Health minor is a collaborative, interdisciplinary course of study addressing the growing and interconnected health challenges for humans, wildlife, and the environment. With components in both the sciences and humanities, the program is designed to give you a solid foundation in problem solving, critical thinking, and communication necessary to advance further in your career, no matter your field.
The One Health minor requires a minimum of 25 total hours to complete, although some of these credits also apply to your General Education Requirements.
The Center for One Health at Fontbonne University is an interdisciplinary group with an interest in planetary health — the science, ethics, policy, economics, education and advocacy of One Health.
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