ADVS 6000 - Ecology and Health: Case Studies of Relationships Between the Environment, Organisms, and Health
This is a one semester hour credit on-line course that encourages graduate students to think in depth about the complexity of relationships between changes in the environment, pathogenicity and distribution of organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa), changing distributions of human beings and animals, both domestic and wild, all within the context of global climate change, global trade, and political unrest. The course is designed with MPH students in mind but we welcome graduate students in all departments to participate. Historical and current examples of these relationships will be used.
Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall
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