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Based on your answers we would recommend:

MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Infectious Diseases (INF)

This is an accelerated, 15-month, 52-credit program for students who plan to pursue practice-based careers in private industry or federal, state or local government agencies. Learn how infectious microorganisms are transmitted to humans through air, food and water and how climate change is impacting that transmission, and gain skills in detecting and controlling microbial hazards.

Other degrees and areas of emphasis to consider:

MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in One Health (ONE)
MS (Thesis) with an area of emphasis in Infectious Diseases (INF)

Some of our work in your interest areas

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A forest fire on a ridge against a darkened sky next to a river with a bridge crossing.

Keeping forests and people healthy

Consensus approach proposed to protect human health from intentional and wild forest fires

Aerial view of the Duwamish River in Seattle looking north into downtown.

Disaster resilience with an equity focus

DEOHS will partner with two South Seattle communities to help them prepare for future disasters and climate change impacts while addressing environmental injustice

Woman with glasses and a nose ring holds a golden retriever puppy outside while smiling.

The risks veterinarians face in the pandemic

DEOHS MPH student and veterinarian Katy Burr assesses the health and safety of others in her field


Student Research

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Faculty mentorship

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