Public Health at UF
Looking to make an impact on your community? A UF Master of Public Health degree will equip you with everything you need to make a difference and create change.
explore our concentrations
Interested in data analysis and health trends? Biostatistics might be the right concentration for you!
Want to learn more about how our surroundings impact our health? Environmental Health might be a good fit for you.
Epidemiology focuses on the study of the distribution and determinants of health in populations and communities.
Population Health Management focuses on the structure and administration of public health organizations, and the policies that impact health programs.
Public Health Practice is a great option for professionals who are already working in the field, since this concentration builds on the foundations of the five core Public Health areas.
Ready to achieve social change? Social and Behavioral Sciences explores the intersection of health, psychological, behavioral, social and cultural factors in individuals, communities and beyond.
choose a PROGRAM OPTION
The on-campus MPH program is a two-year, 48-credit program.
The online MPH Program is a 48-credit program designed for distance students who wish to obtain an MPH without the restrictions of registering for a full-time program.
The MPH program participates in a number of combination degree opportunities across campus.
“I hope that the dean’s ambassador program allows me to gain a new professional family with whom I can develop professionally, network and connect…
Michael Prietula, PhD, MPH Dr. Michael J. Prietula, MPH ’14, is a professor at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. He has been awarded a…
In the past year, student Dena Sadi Abusrur has volunteered in two countries overseas, in three different areas while taking classes. Her most recent…
meet our students and alumni
An online student, Erica is marrying her experience in veterinary medicine with her passion for public health
A 2019 graduate, 2019, Omari was selected as a community health fellow for a one-year fellowship with the Mat-Su Health Foundation in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough of Alaska.
see what’s happening!
The MPH program welcomed 67 new campus students and 13 new online students for the Fall 2019 semester. The MPH staff is excited to work with all our new students through their time in the program.