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University of South Florida

Established on the University of South Florida campus by the Florida Legislature in 1984, the College of Public Health trains professional to meet local, state, national and global public health needs. It is one of 36 colleges accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.

College of Public Health
13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,
MDC 56
Tampa, FL 33612

Phone 813-974-3623
Fax (813) 974-4718

Education: The USF College of Public Health offers the Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH), Master of Health Administration (MHA), the doctorate in Public Health (Ph.D.), and dual degrees granted with other colleges on the University of South Florida campus such as Anthropology, Social Work, Biochemistry / Moleculary Biology, Nursing and Medicine. The College offers its academic programs full-time at the Tampa campus as well as through on-line programs and the Executive MPH Weekend Program, with programs in Community & Family Health, Environmental & Occupational Health, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Global Health, Health Policy & Management, and Public Health Practice. Numerous certificate programs are also available in both class-room and web-based format for interested learners.

The College has students from a wide range of academic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds. The College draws students from diverse academic disciplines including, but not limited to: healthcare, natural sciences, business, education, engineering, law and social sciences. The curriculum features cooperative learning, research, problem-solving and field experience so that faculty and students together contribute to pursuits essential to health and human society. Regardless of what program you choose, a Public Health degree from the USF College of Public Health will take you wherever you want to go!

Research: The College's results-oriented, population-based research helps to promote health and prevent disease across the life span in Florida and the global community. It also provides extensive workforce training in topics ranging from OSHA safety standards & injury prevention to training first responders in biological defense, disaster management and humanitarian assistance to public health leadership.

Community Impact: The USF College of Public Health was the first public health college in the state accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health. Combining excellence in education, research and service, the College prepares tomorrow's public health professionals to be vital stewards of the public's health and safety. It serves as a vital resource to public agencies, private industries and corporations, and international health organizations. The College is home to many reputed and well known centers of excellence that provide leadership in community outreach and research.

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Community and Family Health

Environmental & Occupational Health
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Global Health
    - Peace Corps MI Program
Health Policy and Management
College-Wide Programs
     - Public Health Practice
            - Distance Learning
            - Weekend MPH
Dual Degrees
Graduate Certificates

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