Brooks College of Health Graduate Degrees
- Anesthesiology Nursing, DNP
- Athletic Training, MS
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS
- Clinical Nutrition - Advanced Practice, DCN
- Community Health - Epidemiology, MPH
- Community Health - Health Promotion/Health Education, MPH
- Health Administration, MHA
- Health Science- Exercise Science and Chronic Disease
- Nursing- Nurse Practitioner (Family), DNP
- Nursing-Psychiatric/Mental Health, DNP
- Nursing- DNP
- Nutrition & Dietetics/Dietetic Internship, MS
- Nutrition & Dietetics/Professional Studies, MS
- Nutrition & Dietetics/Global Health, MS
- Nutrition & Dietetics/Healthcare Informatics, MS
- Physical Therapy, DPT
The demand for highly educated men and women to fill a variety of health related professional roles is rapidly increasing and the faculty in the Brooks College of Health is committed to meeting this need. Of foremost importance in this endeavor is the educational preparation of responsible health professionals who will respond to the needs of the region served by the University of North Florida.
The College provides an administrative structure for all health related programs at the University within five units: the Department of Health Administration, the Department of Public Health, the Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, and the School of Nursing.
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The Brooks College of Health offers three doctoral degree programs - a Doctorate in Clinical Nutrition (D.C.N.), a Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) with four tracks and a Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.). The three terminal degrees are clinical doctorates with an emphasis on evidence-based practice.