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Environmental Health

Environmental health Improve public health by prevenging, identifying, tracking, and mitigating envrionmental risk factors Career opportunities: State/federal environmentalist, food safety specialist, environmental research associate, built environment specialist, environmental health specialist,…

Biostatistics

biostatistics Use biostatistical methods to solve public health problems Career opportunities: Biostatistician, data analyst, informatics, information systems manager, academic Overview Biostatistics uses data analysis to investigate the cause of…

Master of Public Health Student Handbook

2021-2022 Student Handbook The student handbook was developed by the faculty and staff at the College of Public Health and Health Professions to aid you in your public health educational endeavors. A PDF version of the handbook can be found here You may choose to read…

Current Students

We are proud of our public health students and their many accomplishments in the MPH program. Our students contribute diverse academic backgrounds and personal experiences that make our program what it is today. The menu below provides important resources and updates to ensure that your academic experience is a success.

Combination MPH degrees

The MPH program participates in a number of combination degree opportunities within and outside the College of Public Health and Health Professions. In addition, the MPH is an option for a growing number of residents, fellows and faculty in the University of Florida academic health center and the larger university…

Online MPH Degree

2019 MPH ALUMNI: ONLINE PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE Darian Travis "UF's online MPH program opened my eyes to socioeconomic needs and health deficiencies in the U.S. and abroad. This new information…

Accelerated MPH Degree

Overview The 42-credit accelerated program is designed for working professionals, and it may be completed on either a full- or part-time basis. All professional students must complete 15 credits of core public health course work, 12-18 credits in a concentration area, one credit of seminar in contemporary public health issues,…

Campus MPH Degree

Overview The on-campus MPH program is a two-year, 48-credit program. MPH students declare a concentration area when they apply to the program. Upon enrollment, students track through the approved concentration area of their choice. Each concentration has a coordinator who is responsible for overseeing curriculum development and applying program policies…

Program Requirements

There are several elements that must be completed to earn the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree. For all students Successful completion of the required courses for the program to which you were admitted. For the traditional MPH program, this will be 48 credits. Students must earn a C…

Apply

When applying to the MPH program, applicants may apply to one designation/concentration only. In doing so, the should choose the one that is most appropriate for their career goals as well as the format (campus or online) for which they wish to be considered before applying. Please note that our…