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  • Scientist-Practitioner training model with a strong emphasis on prevention/intervention research and practice. more >

  • The M.A. in Global Sustainability is designed to prepare students to address complex regional, national, and global challenges. more >

  • The master's degree program was designed to prepare students to meet the standards to be Board Certified Behavior Analysts. more >

  • The Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Aging Studies is the first of its kind in the United States, and to the best of our knowledge, the world. more >

  • The University of South Florida College of Medicine offers a graduate program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Sciences, with a specialt... more >

  • The Gifted Child Teacher Preparation Program provides advanced training for certified teachers to work with gifted and talented children and to work with other teachers on a consultant or collaborative basis. Emphasis is placed on characteristics and ne... more >

  • The Mathematics Faculty of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of South Florida consists of approximately 30 members. There are currently more than 60 students seeking graduate degrees in mathematics; the department supports a... more >

  • M.A. in Sociology The Sociology Department at the University of South Florida offers a M.A. degree in Sociology. Typically requiring two years (four semesters) of full time study, students complete core requirements (Sociological Theory, Research Metho... more >

  • The Department of Psychology at the University of South Florida is committed to furthering our understanding of behavior and me... more >

  • The Public Administration Program offers a multi-disciplinary course of study leading to the Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree. The MPA degree is primarily designed to prepare individuals for successful leadership roles and management careers... more >

  • The Ph.D. program is designed to prepare students to become successful and productive research scientists. The Ph.D. program typically requires about... more >

  • A typical nursing student? There simply is no such thing. At USF nursing students come from every walk of life, a wide range of age groups. Some juggle full-time jobs with part-time study; others balance a demanding full-time academic schedule with an e... more >

  • Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary field where basic engineering principles are applied to problems in the biomedical sciences. more >

  • Epidemiology is the study of diseases from a population-based perspective; it involves the factors affecting disease rates and the distribution of dis... more >

  • The College of Public Health has the following Degree Programs available in the departments of Community and Family Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Health Policy and Management, as well as an MPH throug... more >

  • The Public Administration Program offers a course of study leading to a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management (GCNM). more >

  • Master of Arts in Elementary Education PLAN IFour Emphasis Options: Elementary Curriculum, Language Arts, Early Childhood (contact advisor), Literacy... more >

  • The intent of the Adult Education Program at the University of South Florida is to provide leadership to individuals concerned with the learning of adults. Adult Education provides courses and experiences for the continuing professional development of e... more >

  • The Department of History at USF offers two graduate degree programs. Students may enroll in a program of study, coursework, and directed research leading either to a Master of Arts (M.A.) or a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). Areas of specialization cover... more >

  • The graduate program in the Department of Biology leads to the Ph.D. in Biology and the M.S. degree in Botany, Microbiology or Zoology. Financial aid deadline: August Semester (Feb 1); January Semester (Oct 1). more >

  • The Department of Integrative Biology is committed to train the next generation of graduate students to prepare them for professional success in the fields of biological sciences that mirror our faculty's expertise. Our program of graduate study is desi... more >

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