Undergraduate Programs in Public Health

Please choose one of the options below to find more information about each of our undergraduate programs.

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Bachelor of Public Health

Designed as a pre-professional major, the BPH program is created primarily for students who want to pursue advanced degree work in public health or a related field. It is also appropriate for those who want to acquire foundational public health knowledge before continuing on to graduate or professional school. The BPH limited access program is a two-year, 60-credit curriculum.

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Combined Bachelor/Master of Public Health

The combined Bachelor’s/MPH degree program is available to UF undergraduate students from any college and major. The MPH program requires 48 credits of graduate level coursework. However, the combined degree program allows students to get a 15-credit head start on that coursework in their undergrad.

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Public Health Minor

The minor is designed for students going into careers other than public health who can benefit from public health knowledge in the delivery of their services. Successful completion of this minor satisfies the 9-credit college elective requirement and six credits of general elective credit.