College of Public Health
Undergraduate Studies

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Achieve Personal Goals

USF offers the first Bachelor's in Public Health housed in an accredited College of Public Health in Florida. The BS in Public Health provides student-centered courses required for entry-level public health jobs found in government agencies, health corporations, community non-profit organizations and health care facilities.


  • First Year Students

    To ensure success during your time at USF, all first year students should review the following information prior to enrolling and starting your first semester. Read More.


  • Transfer Students

    Looking to finish your college degree at USF? Transfer students should click here to learn how to make the transition to USF as smooth as possible. Read More.

  • Academic Programs

    Check out the various academic programs offered at USF for undergraduate students wishing to pursue a major or minor in the field of Public Health. Read More.

  • Advising

    Scheduling an advising appointment with one of our Public Health Advisors will provide students the support needed to get on the right track to graduation. Read More.

News

8/12/2016
“We take a moment at the College of Public Health to acknowledge your accomplishments and to thank you again for choosing this very important field,” said the USF College of Public Health Dean Dr. Donna Petersen. On August 6, the COPH hosted two celebrations for graduates and their families. The mor … [read more]
8/11/2016
“Many times there are rainbows on the outside of the building because of the building’s pyramidal features. The rainbows everywhere are intentional,” said Dr. Kay Perrin, interim associate dean for the Office of Academic and Student Affairs and COPH associate professor. Perrin is one of six faculty … [read more]
8/9/2016
At USF, public health goes beyond the walls of the classroom or even the United States. Public health connects individuals from all different backgrounds and locations, and its reach is global. From Central America to the United Kingdom and even all the way to Northeast Asia, undergraduate students … [read more]