University of Florida
Bachelor's - Online
The Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida offers an online undergraduate degree program designed to allow students to complete a Bachelor of science in Business Administration. The program consists of 15 upper-division courses, which are four credit hours each. The curriculum is designed to fit seamlessly with an Associate in Arts degree. The UF Warrington College of Business undergraduate program is one of the top 25 such programs in the United States according to U.S. News and World Report (2002).
The Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Cell Science is offered online through the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. The curriculum is designed to help you reach your goals, which may include professional careers in microbiology or the continuation of their education in professional programs such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary sciences or graduate school. Approximately 1,000 undergraduate students are enrolled in the program both on campus and online. We are one of the largest undergraduate science programs at the University of Florida and the largest microbiology program in the country.
Doctorate - Blended
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy offers a four-year distance education program leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. It is a 2+4 program of study with a two-year degree as a minimal requirement for admission, plus certain prerequisites and the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT). The educational program is offered at the UPC Seminole Campus, and utilizes distance-education technologies such as Web-based course materials, streaming video lectures, e-mail and Internet discussion groups. In addition, students attend regularly scheduled course discussion sessions held at the UPC Seminole Campus of St. Petersburg College. Students can complete their first two years of the Associate in Arts degree at St. Petersburg College prior to entering the program. NOTE:
The UF College of Pharmacy is in the process of
‘teaching-out’ and is no longer accepting new applicants for this location.
However, students who are currently enrolled and attending classes here will be
able to complete the program at the UPC Seminole Campus.
Doctorate - Face to face
The University of Florida College of Dentistry now operates a dental clinic serving about 18,000 residents of Pinellas County at the UPC Seminole Campus. The facility serves to train residents and foreign-trained dentists, and also provides continuing education for practitioners. Eventually, a Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.D.M.) degree is planned at the Seminole Campus.
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