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									                       University of West Florida
                       College of Arts & Sciences
                Division of Allied Health & Life Sciences
                          Public Health, M.P.H.
The mission of the UWF Master of Public Health program is to empower a generation of public health
professionals with skills, knowledge, and competencies to contribute creatively and ethically to education,
research, and service to promote public health and disease prevention. The MPH degree is the most widely
recognized professional credential for leadership in public health. The program core courses provide students
with a background in environmental health, epidemiology, social and behavioral sciences, biostatistics, and
health care policy and administration

The MPH is an extremely valuable degree which is increasing in value in the public health job market due to
huge projected retirements in the field and to dramatic increases in public health problems created by rising
human population and environmental degradation in the developing world. The University of West Florida is
going on-line with their MPH in order to provide opportunities for people worldwide wishing to work in public
health/allied health. This program is 100% online and includes the following:

MPH Health Core Courses
HSA 5115 Public Health Care Policy and Administration
PHC 5410 Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health
PHC 6000 Epidemiology for Public Health Professionals
PHC 6018 Survey of Environmental Problems
PHC 6946 Internship in Public Health
STA 5176 Biostatistics

Choose one course from the following:
PHC 6015 Epidemiological Study Design & Statistical Methods
PHC 6196 Computer Applications in Public Health

Go to web site for more information:

Point of contact: Dr. Justice Mbizo or (850) 474-2014.

   To learn more about UWF and how to get started in this exciting program visit the following links:

Accreditation: The University of West Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Admission: Deadlines for Applications and Supporting
Documents: Fall Semester – June 30th; Spring Semester – November 1st; Summer Semester – April 1st. If you
would like to begin online courses before the formal degree application process is concluded, please complete
and submit the: Non-Degree Student Documentation.

Tuition: Non-Florida residents are eligible for an Out-of-
State tuition waiver upon request. Out-of-State Tuition Fee Waiver Form.

Financial Aid:

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