Are you a current UF student interested in earning a Master of Public Health (MPH)? Would you like to get started on this degree while still an undergrad – saving you both time and money? Would you like to be a Public Health professional or incorporate a public health perspective into your career?
Please join us on Tuesday, November 29th at 4pm (Eastern) on Zoom for a virtual information session on the Combined Bachelor’s/MPH degree.
The Combined Bachelor’s/MPH degree program is available to exceptional UF undergraduate students from any college and major who have a demonstrated interest in working in the public health field. Through this program, up to 15 semester hours of approved graduate-level MPH courses are used as dual credit for both the undergraduate and graduate degree, allowing students to get a 15-credit head start on MPH coursework while still working on their undergraduate degree!
This information session is for current UF undergraduate students only.
If you would like to attend, please contact the MPH Program’s Academic Assistant, Olivia Ardizzone, at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Zoom link.