Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface is an online course offered by the University of Geneva. This course will allow individuals to explore and learn about some of the major and current Global Health challenges at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface, including emerging zoonic infections, antimicrobial resistance, neglected tropical diseases, and human-animal conflicts (e.g. snakebites). This course will also provide individuals with new concepts from fields such as epidemiology, social anthropology, disease ecology, veterinary science, and global health policy. This intermediate level course is 7 weeks of content, plus 1 week of revision and exam taking, and requires 4 to 5 hours a week dedicated to completing all course materials. Modules consist of a combination of videos and readings, in addition to weekly quizzes to assess individual’s understanding of the material. Individuals also have the option of taking supplemental quizzes. Those who pass all graded assignments will complete the course.