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The Master of Science in Biostatistics program is designed to facilitate students’ development of a strong theoretical foundation in biostatistics, and a broad-based understanding of biostatistical methods. The goal is to prepare highly qualified individuals for future Ph.D. training and for careers in biostatistics practice.
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Communication sciences and disorders
For students who are interested in becoming a speech-language pathologist, the Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders combines active classroom-based learning with an assortment of evidence-based, hands-on learning opportunities at the many clinical practicum sites available on or near the UF campus. Graduates can expect to develop the knowledge and skills needed to deliver evidence-based clinical services to a wide range of populations in a variety of clinical settings.

The Master of Science in Epidemiology prepares students for careers in surveillance and prevention of illnesses among diverse populations around the world. Students are trained in the foundational aspects of epidemiology including person, place and time, risk and protective factors, and the social determinants of health. Areas of focus may include chronic disease, infectious disease, geriatric, environmental, psychiatric, social, cancer, and maternal and child health epidemiology.

Health administration
The Master of Health Administration prepares qualified individuals motivated by a social mission and responsibility to the community for various management positions in the health services industry. Organizations seek individuals who have the ability to solve business problems and build strategic relationships in a climate of continuous change. The program teaches students to use evidence-based strategies to improve health care quality, affordability and access.

One Health
The Master of Health Science in One Health provides coursework, professional training and mentorship across public health, veterinary health and environmental health disciplines to tackle real-world environmental and public health problems. The program is focused on current and emerging global health issues that are grounded in infectious and environmental diseases and ecosystem challenges at the human-animal-environmental interface.

Public Health
The Master of Public Health prepares students to become effective public health practitioners, scientists and educators. Students select one of six concentration areas: biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology, population health management, public health practice or social and behavioral sciences.