University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions
The College of Public Health and Health Profession is the school of public health and other health professions of the University of Florida. The college was established by the Florida Board of Regents in 1958 as a separate school within the J. Hillis Miller Health Science Center and is a member of the ASPH and CEPH. The college's mission is to "preserve, promote, and improve the health and well-being of populations, communities and individuals." The college grants bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.
|Type||Public Health and Health Professions College|
|University of Florida|
|Endowment||$1.73 billion (2018)|
|Dean||Dr. Michael Perri|
For fiscal year 2019, the college received over $36 million in total research grants.
|Clinical Psychology||31st overall|
|Health Care Management||33rd overall|
|Occupational Therapy||17th overall|
|Physical Therapy||10th overall|
|Physician Assistant||21st overall|
|Public Health||37th overall|
|Speech Pathology||28th overall|
There are 10 departments within the college:
- Behavioral Science and Community Health (BSCH)
- Clinical and Health Psychology (CHP)
- Communicative Disorders (CD)
- This college comprises communication disorders.
- Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EBS)
- Health Science
- This college comprises health science.
- Health Services Research, Management and Policy
- Formerly called the College of Health Services Administration.
- Occupational Therapy
- This college comprises occupational therapy.
- Physical Therapy
- This college comprises physical therapy.
- Public Health
- This college comprises public health.
- Rehabilitation Science
- This college comprises rehabilitation science.
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