Imagine yourself helping a teen with diabetes set a personal wellness goal, or teaching a medical team vital infection control practices. These are the kinds of lasting impacts you could make with a USF public health degree. Since public health is a diverse field, students can tailor their study to their interests. For example, want to develop health promotion programs? Then declare a minor in health education. USF students can also experience firsthand how health systems operate in other countries. You could spend a week in Panama visiting medical, nutrition, and social services agencies with some of your classmates. Or, get involved in cutting-edge research. Faculty in the College of Public Health conduct community-based research projects on important issues like disease prevention. In 2015 two students won an award at the American Public Health Association Meeting for their study of disparities in up-to-date colorectal cancer screenings. Study public health and you can do more than just create awareness—you may also save lives.
Turn your interest in animals and science into a rewarding career at St. Petersburg College. Peek into the labs and practice areas throughout the new Veterinary Technology Center and you’ll feel like you’re in a veterinary clinic. In many ways you actually are! This massive facility contains the tools and technology you need to gain practical experience treating animals. By helping out in the surgical suite you’ll get to play the role of anesthesia technician and surgical assistant. Over in the blood lab you will learn to examine blood samples under the microscope for indicators of disease. To further demonstrate your commitment to cats and canines, students can volunteer at the on-campus kennel or foster pets in the program’s care. You’ll improve the lives of furry friends in need and get more one-on-one time working with your future patient population. Can’t move to Florida to earn your degree? No problem! Take this program entirely online and complete the required field experiences where you live. After all, animals everywhere need your skillful care.
The University of Tampa offers 18 Healthcare degree programs. It's a medium sized, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 356 Healthcare students graduated with students earning 206 Bachelor's degrees, 144 Master's degrees, and 6 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of South Florida-Main Campus Tampa, FL||34 : 1||44,246|
|St Petersburg College Clearwater, FL||85 : 1||28,853|
|Hillsborough Community College Tampa, FL||75 : 1||22,404|
|Pasco-Hernando State College New Port Richey, FL||73 : 1||11,672|
|Galen College of Nursing-Tampa Bay Saint Petersburg, FL||24 : 1||1,613|
|Ultimate Medical Academy-Clearwater Clearwater, FL||49 : 1||18,195|
|South University, Tampa Tampa, FL||35 : 1||850|
|Erwin Technical College Tampa, FL||811|
|The University of Tampa Tampa, FL||26 : 1||9,628|
|ATA Career Education Spring Hill, FL||72 : 1||289|
|Pinellas Technical College-St. Petersburg Saint Petersburg, FL||742|
|Concorde Career Institute-Tampa Tampa, FL||55 : 1||436|
|Cortiva Institute-Florida St. Petersburg, FL||87|
|Sunstate Academy Clearwater, FL||368|
|Altierus Career College-Tampa Tampa, FL||33 : 1||365|
|Florida Career College-Tampa Tampa, FL||105 : 1||523|
|Brewster Technical College Tampa, FL||223|
|Pinellas Technical College-Clearwater Clearwater, FL||646|
|Loraines Academy & Spa Saint Petersburg, FL||30|
|University of South Florida-St Petersburg St. Petersburg, FL||31 : 1||4,448|