Undergraduate Programs

College of Public Health

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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News

Atypical graduates highlight spring 2015 pinning ceremony
“You should be proud of your accomplishments!” Dr. Kay Perrin told the College of Public Health baccalaureate graduates at the pinning ceremony May 1.  “As of tomorrow, you will be among the 26% of the U.S. population with a college degree,” added Perrin, associate professor and assistant dean for undergraduate studies. Among all the honors, […]
Energetic undergrads represented COPH on USF Day at the Capitol
A spirited pair of undergraduates were among a handful who represented the College of Public Health on USF Day at the Capitol in Tallahassee on Feb. 11.  Like their counterparts from the university’s other colleges, their presence was part of the institution in the big picture. “We were there to lobby for all of the […]
Infographics highlighted undergraduate class’s varied creativity
Spring 2015 was Alison Oberne’s first semester teaching Public Health Seminar: Communications in the Digital Age, and she can barely contain how much she enjoyed the experience. In the course, students explore a variety of related skills and develop communication strategies on topics of their choosing, with the proviso that the topics are public health-related. […]