Accelerated Degree Programs
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- College of Dentistry's Honors Combined B.S./D.M.D. Program. Incoming freshmen who intend to pursue a career in dentistry can, through a cooperative agreement between the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and the College of Dentistry, qualify for provisional admission to the preprofessional program leading to the D.M.D. This honors program helps highly motivated students complete a B.S. degree in Nutritional Sciences or Microbiology and Cell Science and the D.M.D. degree.
Contact: College of Dentistry Admissions, 352.273.5955
- Junior Honors Medical Program offers an accelerated path to medical school. Students apply to this highly competitive program in the second semester of the second year of undergraduate study. If selected, they begin coursework for medical school in the third year and enter the M.D. program in the fourth year. After completion of the first year of medical school, students earn their B.S. degrees.
Admission Criteria: Apply during sophomore year
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 352.273.7990
- The Master of Agribusiness (MAB) is a professional degree for students who desire careers in marketing and management in agriculture, food processing and distribution, forest products and related industry where there has been strong demand for MAB graduates. Offered by the Department of Food and Resource Economics (FRE), the MAB can be completed in three semesters (fall, spring and summer). A bachelor's degree in economics or business is not required.
Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE or GMAT score; 3.0 upper-division GPA
- The Master of Science in Management, MSM, provides non–business majors with the opportunity to combine the knowledge gained from other academic disciplines with functional business applications to create a dynamic skill set that is in demand by employers.
Admission Criteria: Refer to Web site for next information session.
Contact: Jane McNulty, email@example.com, 352.273.0344.
- Master of Public Health. This degree offers diverse career opportunities, including identifying and tracking biohazards, keeping communities safe, investigating disease outbreaks, creating community health promotion programs and measuring the impact of health policy on access to care. Students are admitted to one of six concentrations: biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology, public health management and policy, public health practice or social and behavioral sciences.
Admission Criteria: 1000 GRE and a 3.0 GPA for last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework.
Contact: Dr. Stephanie Hanson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 352.273.6379