Welcome to the Department of Health Sciences in the College of Health Professions and Sciences at the University of Central Florida. We’re delighted you’re visiting our website and hope the information benefits you in every way possible.

UCF established the Health Sciences major in 2006. Since then the degree has undergone revisions and implementations to further enhance faculty teaching and student preparation. Enrollment in the Health Sciences major has surpassed 4,000 students, making it the largest major at UCF (2018 data).

The Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences is designed for students with interest in human health leading to graduate study or career advancement. This degree is designed to provide students with a solid educational background in basic and health-related sciences, while providing the foundation courses required for admission to graduate level clinical programs in health professions including but not limited to medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, and occupational therapy.

The flexibility of this major allows students to prepare for multiple careers in health sciences.

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Check out open faculty positions available at UCF with the Department of Health Sciences.

Events

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29
Nov
11:00 am

How to: Get Started in Undergraduate Research

Location: Trevor Colbourn Hall: 201
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29
Nov
3:30 pm

Yoga Nidra Meditation with hammocks

Location: RWC @ Knights Plaza
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5
Feb
10:00 am

UCF Spring 2019 Internship & Co-op Fair

Location: CFE Arena
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Announcements

November 15, 2018
Rovito Discusses Men and Violence

Assistant Professor Michael Rovito spoke about men and violence as a panelist at the American Public Health Association’s meeting Nov. 10-14. “It becomes second nature to act aggressively … and it gets worse as you get older,” he said. “I don’t think we should be so surprised to see our society like this. We’re normalizing [violence], maybe in unknown ways.” Read more in this newswire story: www.publichealthnewswire.org/?p=21284.

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