APPLYING FOR A PHHP MINOR
The College of Public Health and Health Professions offers four undergraduate minors: Communications Sciences & Disorders, Deaf & Hearing Sciences, Health Science, and Public Health. The College reviews all minor applications twice a year – May 15th and October 15th. Students submitting their minor application by May 15 are eligible to start minor coursework Summer B or Fall semester, whereas students submitting their application by October 15 are eligible to start minor coursework Spring semester. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered until the following review period. Students will be informed of decisions within one month of the application deadline (June 15 or November 15 respectfully).
Minor applications are reviewed twice a year – May 15th and October 15th.
To be eligible for a minor, students must meet the minimum credit requirement, overall and prerequisite GPA requirement, and complete all prerequisite coursework (have a letter grade, a satisfactory grade, or AP/IB test credit) by the review deadline. Course equivalents from state and community colleges are acceptable substitutes for minor prerequisite courses. If any prerequisite coursework is not completed by the deadline (May 15 or October 15), the minor application will be denied and you will be required to resubmit a new minor application once all prerequisite coursework has been completed. To learn about specific requirements for each minor, please select the minor link below.
NOTE: MEETING THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS DOES NOT
GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL BE APPROVED FOR THE MINOR.
The Communication Sciences and Disorders minor provides students with a foundation in the anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanism, and the normal development of hearing, speech and language skills.
The Deaf and Hearing Sciences minor provides students with a foundation in the anatomy and physiology of the hearing mechanism and deepens an awareness of the impact of hearing loss on everyday life and function.
The Health Science minor is a 15 credit minor designed to provide students with foundational knowledge and skills regarding the development of disease and disability, the scientific bases of health and illness, and the impact of the changing health care delivery system on healthcare.
The Public Health minor is a 15 credit minor that enables pre-professional students, who can benefit from public health knowledge in the delivery of their services, to acquire public health knowledge that complements their career paths.
The Disability Science minor provides a basic scientific foundation to understand the impact of disability on physical and psychosocial health.
HOW TO APPLY
You now apply online through One.UF, you can follow this link. Your home college will approve your request, if eligible, and your application will be reviewed by PHHP two times a year on the dates specified above. We encourage you to be patient through this process as our goal is to ensure students seats in desired coursework throughout your minor experience.
Please DO NOT email the PHHP Dean, Program Director, etc.
with questions or inquires.
For questions about the Communication Sciences & Disorders or Deaf & Hearing Sciences minors, please contact Brenda McDonnell at email@example.com
For questions about the Health Science or Public Health minors, please contact Meredith Nappy at firstname.lastname@example.org