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M.P.H. with a Concentration in Global Communicable Disease

The Global Communicable Disease concentration provides an opportunity for science-oriented students with an interest in communicable diseases to receive specialized training in the recognition, identification, diagnosis, surveillance, control and prevention of public health problems related to communicable diseases throughout the world, with particular emphasis on the problems of Florida and underdeveloped nations. Students graduating with this concentration will receive training within five core domains central to the study of global communicable disease: 1) Tropical and Emerging Infections, 2) Microbiology, 3) Immunology and Genetics, 4) Public Health Interventions and Disease Control and 5) Applied Global Communicable Disease.