The Bachelor of Public Health Degree Program
The Bachelor of Public Health is designed for students whose career goal is to work in health systems or organizations providing health related or general human services to individuals and communities.
The BPH limited access program is a two-year, 60-credit curriculum. The curriculum for the BPH provides the opportunity to learn foundation skills necessary to succeed in the dynamic health environment and is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills for both individual and community-based health care. The program provides students the core skills necessary for advanced education in public health or a related field.
All students learn about:
- the five major areas of public health (biostatistics, environmental health services, epidemiology, health services administration, and social and behavioral sciences) and each area’s contribution to public health;
- how social determinants of health impact disability, disease and illness in populations;
- critical aspects of contemporary public health challenges;
- professional communication;
- the scientific basis of public health knowledge.
Apply for the BPH during your second year at UF. Follow the link below!
You must have your AA awarded to start the BPH. Follow the link below for more information
Freshman and Sophomores use our undergraduate advisors to help track for the BPH program.