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  • Combined Degrees

    Combined Degrees by Major Combined Degrees by College

    UF has developed a program for undergraduate students that allows those who qualify academically to obtain both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Minimum qualifications for many programs include a 3.2 GPA and a competitive GRE score for admission to​ graduate school.

    Combined degree programs allow you to get a head start on your graduate education by taking graduate courses throughout the junior and senior undergraduate years. In most programs, 12 credit hours of graduate work will also count toward an undergraduate degree, thus reducing the time it takes to get both degrees. Consult your department advisers to determine whether the department offers combined-degree programs and whether they qualify.

    There are a number of financial considerations you should keep in mind. You are responsible for paying the difference between undergraduate and graduate tuitions. Florida Prepaid College Tuition Program participants will receive funding for the first 120 credit hours. The program will fund graduate courses taken toward the undergraduate degree at the undergraduate level. Financial aid may be available to assist with the graduate degree portion of the program.

    Advantages of Combined Degrees

    • Qualified students can obtain an undergraduate and a graduate degree in much less time than two separate degrees.
    • The cost of both degrees is reduced, since at least 12 credits apply toward both degrees.
    • You have time to decide whether to pursue further graduate or professional study.
    • Your marketability is greatly enhanced; many professions now require a master’s degree for entry-level positions.
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    How to Apply

    Meet with an academic adviser to determine the most-appropriate combined-degree option. Qualified students can pursue the graduate degree outside the undergraduate major or department. Application normally occurs in the junior or senior year. If accepted, you must take the GRE the first semester of your senior year.

    Financial aid is available for the graduate portion of the program. Undergraduate degree costs should be satisfied with existing financial aid such as Bright Futures and Prepaid Tuition. Bright Futures can cover the undergraduate costs of up to 12 hours of graduate courses that apply to the undergraduate degree. You are responsible for the difference in tuition between the undergraduate and graduate course rates. If available, the Florida Prepaid Tuition Program can fund the first 120 hours. Graduate courses that apply toward the undergraduate degree are funded at the undergraduate rate, and you are responsible for the difference.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: What is a combined bachelor's and master's degree program?
    A: A combined-degree program allows you to complete a specific number of graduate-level credits (typically ranging from 12 to 21 hours of approved coursework) while enrolled as an undergraduate. Approved hours satisfy degree requirements for both degrees.

    Q: Why should I participate in a combined-degree program?
    A: The program allows you to take graduate coursework before you make a decision to complete a graduate degree. If you continue in a graduate program, you'll save at least one full semester of graduate enrollment.

    Q: At what point in the undergraduate program should I apply?
    A: You can apply as early as the second semester of your sophomore year or as late as your senior year depending upon the combined-degree program.

    Q: At what point do I enroll in graduate courses?
    A: If approved, you can take graduate courses during your junior and senior years as specified by the particular combined-degree program.

    Q: What is required for approval?
    A: As an undergraduate applying for entry into a combined-degree program you must have a minimum cumulative 3.2 UF GPA (some majors require a higher GPA) and have completed all critical-tracking requirements to enroll in graduate coursework while you are completing your undergraduate degree. Once you apply for admission to the Graduate School, however, you must meet the minimum cumulative GPA requirement and GRE/GMAT score the particular master’ program requires.

    Q: What is required so that 12 to 21 hours of graduate coursework (depending on your major) can also count toward my master's degree?
    A: To apply the graduate credit to both degrees, you must be admitted to the Graduate School and receive a grade of B or higher in each course. A graduate coordinator can provide the admission requirements for a particular department.

    Q: If I do not continue in graduate school, can the graduate coursework I complete still be used to satisfy my undergraduate degree requirements?
    A: Yes.

    Q: What about my financial aid?
    A: Bright Futures and/or the Florida Prepaid Tuition Program will pay the undergraduate tuition rate for the graduate courses you take; you will have to pay the difference between undergraduate and graduate course costs.

    Q: Why would I want to pay additional tuition to enroll in graduate courses?
    A: If you continue to graduate school you will save on the tuition costs for the 12 to 21 graduate credits (depending on your major) you take while you are still classified as an undergraduate. Remember that graduate course costs will be partially paid by your undergraduate financial aid.

    Q: How do I apply?
    A: Contact your undergraduate adviser and complete the combined degree application. You will need the approval of the undergraduate coordinator, the graduate coordinator and the dean’s office of your undergraduate college.

    Q: What if I want to create my own combined-degree program? What do I do?
    A: Contact the coordinator in the graduate department in which you want to create the new combined-degree program.

    Q: Are there other accelerated degree programs available other than combined degrees?
    A: Yes, there are several accelerated degree programs available. Please review the accelerated degree programs page in this catalog.

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    Combined Degrees by Major

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    Combined Degrees by College


    Accounting, Fisher School of

    Accounting: 3/2 MAcc/BSAc

    Non-thesis only
    This is an integrated, five-year, 150-hour program that leads to the joint award of a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Master of Accounting. Students may pursue a general accounting curriculum, or select an auditing or taxation concentration. This program is for students seeking a professional accounting career. Completion fulfills the state's requirements to take the CPA examination to practice in Florida.
    Admission Criteria
    Contact: 352.273.0200; Email
    Additional Information

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    Agricultural and Life Sciences, College of

    Agricultural Education and Communication: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email
    Additional Information

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    Agricultural Operations Management: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.1864 ext. 116; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Animal Sciences: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.7527; Email
    Additional Information

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    Entomology and Nematology: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.5 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.3913; Email or 352.273.3974; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Family, Youth and Community Sciences: BS/MS and BS/MFYCS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.3514; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences: BS/MS or MFAS

    BS degree in another discipline
    Students must find a faculty member in the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences to serve as their graduate adviser. A written agreement must be approved by both the undergraduate adviser and the future FAS adviser. To count for the MS or MFAS degree, FAS courses must be taken at the graduate level.
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Food and Resource Economics: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email or Email
    Overlapping Credits: up to 15 credit hours. Specific courses will be determined by the undergraduate and graduate program offices.
    Additional Information

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    Forest Resources and Conservation: BSFRC/MFRC or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.846.0860; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Horticultural Science: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.4847; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12

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    Interdisciplinary Studies, Marine Sciences: BS/ MFAS or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.0 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.3616; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12

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    Natural Resource Conservation: BSFRC/MFRC or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.846.0860; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Microbiology and Cell Science: 4/1 BS/MS

    The program is a 4/1 program because students may be awarded both a B.S. and an M.S. (non-thesis) within a five-year period. This program is offered by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, but students majoring in microbiology and cell science in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are also eligible.
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA on all upper-division courses
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Plant Science and Plant Pathology: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Soil and Water Science: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.1951 ext. 254; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Business Administration, Warrington College of

    Business Administration, major in Entrepreneurship: MSE

    Through a stimulating curriculum and transformational experiential learning opportunities, this one-year, intensive program equips promising entrepreneurs with the skills and savvy to plan, launch and sustain innovative ventures on their terms.
    Admission Criteria: Adequate GMAT score; 3.2 minimum GPA
    Contact: 352.273.0337; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 2-10
    Additional Information

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    Business Administration, major in International Business: MAIB

    This one-year degree allows UF business majors or minors to enhance their undergraduate business education with an in-depth study of global business issues and trends. The MAIB allows curriculum flexibility and incorporates practical global business components with a required European or Latin American study tour and optional participation in an international exchange program.
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GMAT or GRE score; 3.2 minimum GPA
    Contact: 352.273.0343; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 2-12
    Additional Information

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    Business Administration, major in Management: MSM

    This degree provides nonbusiness majors the opportunity to combine knowledge from other academic disciplines with functional business applications to create a dynamic skillset in demand by employers in business and nonbusiness industries.
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GMAT or GRE score; 3.2 minimum GPA
    Contact: 352.273.0344; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 2-12
    Additional Information

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    Finance, Master of Science: MSF

    Students have the opportunity to study finance at the second-year MBA level. Courses cover nearly all areas of finance, including derivative securities, fixed income markets, equity valuation, international finance and real estate finance. With early application students can receive their undergraduate and graduate degrees in four years. The best time to apply is two years before the undergraduate degree would be received.
    Admission Criteria: 465 GMAT (650+ average); 3.0 GPA (3.5+ average)
    Contact: 352.392.9249; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 2-12
    Additional Information

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    Information Systems: BS/MS

    Non-thesis only
    This program develops the computing, quantitative and applications skills vital to a business problem-solving setting.
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GMAT or GRE score; 3.0 GPA
    Contact: 352.846.1370; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12-16
    Additional Information

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    Real Estate, Master of Science: MSRE

    Non-thesis only
    The MSRE thrives on innovation, a dynamic student body and significant interaction with high-level working professionals and nationally recognized professors. The program is a unique combination of theory and practice that will enhance the student's commercial real estate education and develop professional skills. Undergraduate students from any college/major may apply. Prior coursework in accounting, business, economics, finance or statistics is preferred but not required.
    Admission Criteria: 465 GMAT (600+ average); 3.0 GPA (3.4+ average). Admission is based on a number of factors, including GMAT and academic record.
    Contact: 352.273.0310; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 2-12
    Additional Information

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    Construction Management, M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of

    Construction Management

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.4 upper-division GPA; complete all 3000-level BCN courses
    Contact: 352.273.1153; Email
    Overlapping credit: 12
    Additional Information

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    Design, Construction and Planning, College of

    Interior Design: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0252 ext. 335; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Landscape Architecture

    Available to students in the Bachelor of Sustainability and the Built Environment program
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.6098; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 9
    Additional Information

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    Urban and Regional Planning

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0997 ext. 434; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 21 (9 of the 21 hours can be taken in the home department)
    Additional Information

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    Engineering, College of

    Aerospace Engineering: BSAE/ME or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0963; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 6
    Additional Information

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    Biological Engineering: BS/ME

    Admission Criteria: 4EG; 3.30 GPA; completion of pre-engineering courses and 20 credits of the biological engineering core
    Contact: 352.392.1864 ext. 116; Email

    Biomedical Engineering (Materials Science and Engineering, Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Electrical Engineering): BSMSE/MS or ME; BSABE/MS or ME; BSCHE/MS or ME; BSEE/MS or ME, BME/BME, BSBME/MS
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE scores acceptable to the BME department; 3.3 GPA
    Contact: Email or 352.273.8096; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 9-12
    Additional Information

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    Chemical Engineering: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 upper division GPA, 3.2 GPA in chemical engineering courses; six ECH-prefixed core courses
    Contact: 352.392.0881; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Civil Engineering: BS/ME or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 upper-division GPA
    Contact: 352.392.9537; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 6
    Additional Information

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    Computer Engineering: BSCEN/ME or MS

    Thesis or non-thesis
    Admission Criteria: Junior status; Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA; completion of 3 of 4 core courses: CDA 3101; COP 3503 or 3504; COP 3530; COT 3100
    Contact: CISE department, 405 Computer Science and Engineering; 352.392.1090
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Digital Arts and Sciences: BS/MS

    Admission Criteria: Junior status; Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA; a portfolio;
    3.3 minimum GPA on 3 of 4 core courses: CDA 3101; COP 3503 or 3504; COP 3530; COT 3100
    Contact: CISE Department, 405 Computer Science and Engineering; 352.392.1090
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Electrical and Computer Engineering: BSEE/ME or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 upper-division GPA
    Contact: 352.392.9758; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 6-12
    Additional Information

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    Environmental Engineering: BS/ME

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score or passing score on the Fundamentals of Engineering exam; 3.30 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.7104; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Industrial and Systems Engineering: BSISE/ME, MS, MSM or MSF

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.5 upper-division GPA
    Contact: 352.392.1464 ext. 2026; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 10
    Additional Information

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    Materials Science and Engineering: BSMSE/MS or ME

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score used in the context of a holistic credential review; 3.5 GPA; 18 hours of EMA undergraduate coursework must be completed
    Contact: 352.846.3312; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Mechanical Engineering: BSME/ME or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0963; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 6
    Additional Information

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    Nuclear and Radiological Engineering: BSNE/MS or ME

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.6 GPA
    Contact: Martha McDonald, 352.846.3312, Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Nuclear Engineering Science: BSNES/MS or ME

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.6 GPA
    Contact: 352.846.3312; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Health and Human Performance, College of

    Health Education and Behavior: BS/MS

    Non-thesis only
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 UF GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0583 ext. 1288; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Sport Management: BSSPM/MSSPM

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 overall GPA with a 3.0 critical-tracking GPA; completion of EME 2040, MAR 3023, SPM 2000, SPM 3204 and MAN 3025 with minimum grades of B on first attempt
    Contact: 352.392.4042; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Tourism, Event and Recreation Management: BSRPT/MSRPT

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA; completion of LEI 3140, LEI 3400, LEI 3705; 3 credit option-specific course (i.e., LEI 4311/LEI 3360/LEI 3301, etc.), 3 credit cognate course with a minimum grade of B on first attempt
    Contact: 352.392.4042; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Journalism and Mass Communication, College of

    Advertising: BS Advertising/M.Adv. Advertising

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.4046; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Journalism: BS Journalism/MA Mass Communication

    Online Media, Health Communication or International Communications
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0847; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Telecommunication: MAMC

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.0463; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of

    Botany: BS/MS

    Thesis or non-thesis
    Admission Criteria: 300 GRE; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.0126; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Computer Science: BS/MS

    Thesis or non-thesis
    Joint program in the colleges of Engineering and Liberal Arts and Sciences, coordinated by the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering. Students may combine either the B.S. in Computer Science offered through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or the B.S. in Computer Science offered through the College of Engineering with the M.S. in Computer Science (LS).
    Admission Criteria: Junior status; Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA; completion of 3 of the 4: CDA 3101, CIS 3020, COP 3530, COT 3100.
    Contact: CISE department; 352.392.1090
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    French: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Geography: BA or BS/MA or MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Geology: BS or BA/MS or MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA; 24 credits at UF; minimum 20 credits of geology courses with 3.5 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.2766 or 352.392.2231; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    History: BA/MA

    Non-thesis only
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.25 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.3387; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 8
    Additional Information

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    Latin American Studies: BA or BS (various fields) / MALAS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.5 GPA; at least 12 credits of 3000-4000 level Latin American-content courses with at least 25% Latin American content (including at least one LAS 4935); intermediate proficiency in Spanish, Portuguese or Haitian Creole (as determined by a standardized exam, individual assessment by UF faculty or coursework: i.e., Spanish through SPN 2240, Portuguese through POR 3242 or Haitian Creole through HAI 2200)
    Contact: 352.273.4708; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Linguistics: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.25 GPA
    Contact: 352.294.7459; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Mathematics: BS/MA or MS

    Non-thesis only
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.25 GPA
    Contact: 352.294.2322; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Philosophy: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 cumulative GPA; 3.5 GPA in all philosophy courses
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Physics: BS or BA/MS

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 140 verbal GRE; 600 Physics GRE; 3.5 upper-division GPA
    Contact: 352.392.8952; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Political Science: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.7 GPA; completion of 24 credits at UF, 12 of which must be political science courses
    Contact: 352.273.2368; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Portuguese: BA Portuguese/MA Latin American Studies

    Thesis or non-thesis
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact:352.392.2100; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Religion: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.0 GPA; letter of purpose
    Contact: 352.392.1625; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Russian: BA/MA

    Thesis or non-thesis
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Sociology: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA
    Contact: 352.294.7168; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Spanish: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.5 GPA
    Contact: 352.273.3750; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Statistics: BA or BS/MStat

    Non-thesis only
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score (minimum 1100); GPA: 3.25 or higher in all coursework (at least 24 hours at UF), and a GPA of 3.5 or higher in 4000-level statistics coursework (at least 12 hours at UF) and a 3.0 in graduate statistics coursework
    Contact: 352.273.2972; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 15
    Additional Information

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    Women's Studies: BA/MA

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA; complete WST 3015
    Contact: 352.273.0383; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 12
    Additional Information

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    Natural Resources and Environment, School of

    Environmental Science and Interdisciplinary Ecology: BS/MS

    Non-thesis
    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.3 GPA
    Contact: 352.392.9230; Email
    Overlapping Credits: 9
    Additional Information

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    Public Health and Health Professions, College of

    Public Health: BHS/MPH

    Qualified students with any undergraduate major can pursue a master's degree in public health. Students complete 15 credits of public health core courses as an undergraduate and then complete the remaining 33 credits after admission to graduate school. Students select a concentration in public health management and policy, social and behavioral sciences, epidemiology, biostatistics or environmental health.

    Admission Criteria: Competitive GRE score; 3.2 GPA; completion of APK 2105C, BSC 2007 or 2010, PSY 2012, STA 2023, advanced psychology (abnormal or developmental) and any additional prerequisites (depends on concentration).
    Contact: 352.273.6377; Email.
    Overlapping credits: 15
    Additional Information

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