The TAMUG University Studies concentration in Oceans & One Health is an interdisciplinary concentration that allows the student to explore human, animal, or environmental health issues associated with the marine and coastal communities. This concentration is intended to streamline the coursework needed for students who are interested in specific medical programs after graduation. Students may fulfill the coursework for medical, dental, or veterinary school, as well as some allied health professions such as physician assistant, physical therapy, or clinical laboratory science. It also provides a stand-alone degree to address any of a number of health-related issues that result from urbanization of coastal areas or increased development of marine environments. The curriculum is designed to be flexible so that students can choose their focus from the diverse list of concentration electives. It also is rigorous enough to provide students headed for professional or graduate school with a solid background in health-related disciplines and environmental sciences. As a part of the University Studies major, the Oceans & One Health concentration can be a starting point for several health related graduate programs.
Students who pursue Univeristy Studies - Oceans & One Health will be required to have two minors in addition to their concentration.
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