1. For full-time students, the program is two years once the student has enrolled in the HSC 3032 Foundations of Community Health course. All prerequisite courses must be completed before students can enroll in HSC3032. Every fall & spring semester, a maximum of 70 students will be enrolled in HSC3032 on a first-come-first-serve basis. Because of high demand in public health, there is usually a waitlist for this course. Suggestions for students:
2. The Public Health program requires a 300 hour internship (HSC 4814) to be completed during the student’s last semester of enrollment prior to graduation and serves as an opportunity for the student to put into action the knowledge, skills, and abilities acquired during his/her degree program.
3. All prerequisites, requisites, core courses, major, and minor courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher.4. Students are allowed a maximum of two attempts at all requisite, core, major, and minor courses in the Public Health program. If a student does not successfully pass one of these courses with a grade of “C” or better at the second attempt, he or she will be dismissed from the Public Health program and not readmitted. Attempts include: receiving a passing, failing, or incomplete grade, and taking the course at another institution.5. A student will be denied admission or re-admission to the Public Health program if he or she is on either probation or suspension, or has left the university on either probation or suspension.6. Public Health students are required to complete all major requirements (HSC 3032, 3713, 3304, 4800, and 4814) at UNF. Students will not be given credits toward the major for these courses if they are taken at another institution.
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Dr. Erin Largo-Wight
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