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Undergraduate

Take the first step in pursuing a career in the health professions or public health

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master’s degree programs

Master’s

Further your education in a specialty area

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Ph.D. and professional programs

Doctoral

Train for a research or clinical career

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GRADUATION CEREMONIES UPDATE

The State University System, in response to recent, unprecedented events, has mandated that universities postpone their spring commencement activities. UF has rescheduled its spring 2020 commencement weekend for the weekend of July 31-August 2 for students graduating with a bachelor's, master's or specialist's degree. Graduating doctoral candidates are invited to participate in the summer doctoral commencement ceremony on August 7. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we do what is right to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus. We look forward to celebrating this important milestone with you later this summer.

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promoting happy, healthy people

Stay-at-home wellness resources

During this time, it may be easy to get caught up in anxious thoughts, to feel scared, and to feel alone while social distancing. The college's wellness program has compiled a list of resources to help relieve these anxieties and keep you entertained.

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No. 9 in NIH research funding among schools of public health at public universities

20 degree programs enrolling more than 2,500 students

8 graduate programs ranked in the Top 20 among AAU public universities

Recent News

Sabo-Attwood named UF Research Foundation…

Category: Faculty & Staff News

Dr. Tara Sabo-Attwood, chair of environmental and global health, is one of 33 UF scientists recognized for a distinguished record of research.

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This Month in PHHP

Category: Faculty & Staff News

Read the May issue for updates and news from the college’s departments and programs.

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Study offers more evidence that DEET is a safe…

Category: Research

A new study adds to the body of research demonstrating that DEET is safe for humans when used according to manufacturer instructions.

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