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General Information for Prospective Freshman Students


A T T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F F L O R I D A, we are a people of purpose. We’re committed to challenging convention and ourselves. We see things not as they are, but as they could be. And we strive for a greater impact: one measured in people helped and lives improved. Some people dream about making the world a better place.

GATORS ARE OUT THERE DOING IT. JOIN US.

UF’s iconic Century Tower was bathed in blue lights as a tribute to the thousands of dedicated UF Health hospital workers and their colleagues worldwide. The special lighting coincided with National Nurses Week (May 6-12) and National Hospital Week (May 10-16).

Please note: The student-life photos featured in this publication were taken prior to COVID-19. For up-to-date information about UF’s COVID-19 response, visit coronavirus.ufl.edu.


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DID YOU

KNOW?

7

#

OF ALL PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES (2020 U.S. News and World Report)

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WE’RE PROUD TO BE RANKED #7 OF ALL PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. But we’re more than an academic powerhouse. We are The Gator Nation – a community 500,000 strong, working to move our state, nation and world forward.

MORE THAN

190

STARTUPS LAUNCHED in the last 15 years based on researchers’ technologies

#25

PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY IN THE U.S., out of more than 950 (National Science Foundation)


UF generates more than

100,000 jobs IN FLORIDA EACH YEAR

Your future starts HERE. Hallmarks of our student experience: 18:1 STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

A leader in sustainability, with more LEEDcertified buildings than any other American university

88% 6-year graduation rate 27% HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL AVERAGE

97% of freshmen return FOR THEIR SOPHOMORE YEAR

FIRST

UNIVERSITY IN THE WORLD to be designated a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for environmental and wildlife management, resource conservation, waste management, and outreach and education.

70% of classes

HAVE FEWER THAN 30 STUDENTS

9th on the list of Wall Street Journal’s “TOP RATED SCHOOLS BY RECRUITERS”

85% of students

We take every $1 INVESTED in UF by the state of Florida and TURN IT INTO $15

2X THE NATIONAL AVERAGE of inventions produced per research dollar invested

RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID

64% of undergrads GRADUATE DEBT-FREE


One university,

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES UF is one of the most comprehensive universities in the world. In fact, only five other universities can match our educational offerings on one campus. No matter what you’re passionate about, you’ll find the resources and support needed to propel you forward.

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120+ MAJORS

MORE THAN

100 MINORS

MORE THAN

150

RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES, AS WELL AS TWO TELEVISION STUDIOS AND THREE RADIO STATIONS


3,400

students in the UF

HONORS

PROGRAM

Honors Gators The UF Honors Program not only offers smaller classes taught by leading faculty members but also provides an array of special opportunities beyond the classroom. Honors Gators benefit from unique internship and research opportunities, and also can request on-campus housing in the Honors Living Learning Community in Hume Hall. honors.ufl.edu

Theory, Meet Practice The dedicated Center for Undergraduate Research connects undergraduate students at any level of their academic career with faculty mentors for hands-on, real-world learning. cur.aa.ufl.edu The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program is a selective program for incoming freshmen that offers a choice of undergraduate research classes in which students assist faculty in their research in small group settings. GO FURTHER 6


Follow your

PATH Every student’s academic journey is different. Our unique pathway programs provide additional opportunities for talented, motivated students to explore their interests as Gators.

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Gator Innovators: The Innovation Academy Employers are always looking for creative individuals who aren’t afraid of the unknown. UF’s Innovation Academy (IA) prepares students to thrive in an innovative culture. This distinctive program brings together students from 30 majors, leading to a convergence of original ideas centered on innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship, ethics and leadership. IA students can join the Living Learning Community Ignite in Beaty Towers, a UF residence hall. IA operates on a spring-summer schedule, giving students the fall semester to pursue internships, study abroad, research and other opportunities. Innovationacademy.ufl.edu

ABBY JONES Education Sciences Class of 2022

Innovation Academy is for a student who truly wants to leave college with more than a diploma, to invest in their education and learn life skills that are applicable in today’s world. Aside from the tangible skills, you will learn more about yourself as a student than ever before. IA is made for students who want to be confident in their ability to work in any environment. Professions are not stagnant, meaning the job you want today could be different by the time you are actually in the position. Having the skills to grow, adapt and make changes can make that job much more rewarding. Overall, IA has taught me to invest in what I am learning, even if I can’t see the implications of my newfound knowledge on a topic right away.

Flexibility and Value:

Pathway to Campus Enrollment (PaCE) PaCE students don’t just log in to classes. They are fully plugged in to The Gator Nation and all it has to offer. PaCE offers a blended learning model in which freshmen start their degree through our top-ranked UF Online program and then transition to campus to complete their undergraduate degree. PaCE students can choose from 60 majors in some of today’s most in-demand disciplines and earn a UF degree through a flexible, supportive program. Applicants are reviewed for admission to PaCE by selected major, and only applicants who select a designated major (see inside back cover) will be considered for the program. Students admitted to PaCE will complete a minimum of 15 credit hours and two semesters through UF Online. PaCE students can transition to campus after completing a total of 60 credit hours and all prerequisite courses for their major. admissions.ufl.edu/learn/pace

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Meet your

MENTORS UF faculty are at the top of their fields, leading the national conversations around today’s most pressing issues. They are just as dedicated to fostering the collaborative environment that transforms potential into actual results – developing UF students into the researchers and leaders of the future. And with a student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to form enduring connections.

Real-World Relevance Chemical Engineering professor Piyush Jain and graduate student Long Nguyen have developed a platform for at-home testing to detect prostate cancer, HIV, hepatitis C and the novel coronavirus. The coronavirus test has shown significantly higher sensitivity compared to other detection technologies and is moving into human sample testing and clinical trials. Professor of Anesthesiology Samsun Lampotang and a team of UF researchers have developed a ventilator that can be made using items from a hardware store. Dr. Lampotang, an inventor with 43 patents belonging to UF, has made the plans “open source” to be easily accessible by anyone. In the future, he hopes that the ventilator will be repurposed for use in underdeveloped countries.

Photo by Brad McClenny, Gainesville Sun

HISTORY PROFESSOR JACK DAVIS joined the UF faculty in 2003. In 2004, he founded the Department of History’s student journal, Alpata: A Journal of History, and continues to be its faculty advisor. His most recent book, “The Gulf,” won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in History. “I wanted to restore [the Gulf of Mexico], to show people that it is more than an oil spill. It’s got a rich, natural history connected to Americans and it’s not integrated into the larger American historical narrative. That’s a wrong I wanted to correct.”

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HE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IS NOT “T PURSUING A SPECIFIC PLACE IN THE PECKING ORDER OF PEERS. WE ARE, INSTEAD, STRIVING FOR SOMETHING MUCH MORE IMPORTANT. WE ARE AIMING TO BUILD A BETTER WORLD.

The UF neuroscientist priming the human immune system to combat malignant tumors isn’t worried about rankings. He is developing effective treatments for people everywhere battling cancer. The computer engineer developing the next generation of high-speed computers isn’t doing so simply to increase the number of times his papers are cited in academic journals, but to help preserve biodiversity. And the education professor studying bilingual education isn’t in it to win awards, but to ensure that teachers have the tools to help immigrant children succeed in the classroom. The goal of the University of Florida is to create new and useful knowledge for humankind, and to train a generation of leaders committed to improving life for people near and far, in times and seasons well beyond our limited horizons.” - DR. DAVID NORTON, UF VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH

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, D R A H K WOR D R A H Y A PL 2,769

INTRAMURAL TEAMS WITH ALMOST 13,000 PARTICIPANTS 11 GO SMARTER

UF TRiP offers outdoor experiences ranging from a moonlit paddle on Lake Wauburg to weekend adventures in the NC mountains

GATOR GROWL THE LARGEST STUDENT-RUN PEP RALLY IN THE NATION

60+ GREEK organizations and four Greek councils make it easy for students to choose the experience that fits them best


1,000+ STUDENT

ORGANIZATIONS from pre-professional clubs to the Falling Gators skydiving club to The Alligator, the largest student-run newspaper in the U.S. (and everything in between!)

TWO FITNESS CENTERS, INCLUDING THE 140,000SQ.-FT., STATE-OF-THE-ART SOUTHWEST REC CENTER

d e l l a c s ’ t i y h w s i This

E F I L t n e d u t S

ALWAYS FREE, ALWAYS FRIDAY: Gator Nights offer entertainment, fun and late-night snacks every Friday in the Student Union

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GATOR Student Support Counseling and Wellness

provides counseling, workshops, drug and alcohol support, and mental-health assessments. counseling.ufl.edu

U Matter, We Care will connect

you with appropriate and caring resources 24/7. They are dedicated to supporting students’ academic success and overall well-being. umatter.ufl.edu

Disability Resource Center

is a key advocate for those with physical, learning, sensory or psychological challenges. disability.ufl.edu

Student Health Care Center is an accredited outpatient clinic for students. shcc.ufl.edu

Public Safety provides constant

protection of our campus. Students can also download the GATORSAFE app for safety tips and updates. police.ufl.edu

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Please note: The student-life photos featured in this publication were taken prior to COVID-19. For up-to-date information about UF’s COVID-19 response, visit coronavirus.ufl.edu.


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Your new

NEIGHBORS ARE GATORS

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WELCOME TO YOUR NEW DIGS. Whether you choose to live on or off campus, you’ll find options that keep you connected and fit your needs (and your budget!).

On-Campus Housing:

UF offers 26 residence halls for undergraduate students with multiple styles. housing.ufl.edu Traditional/hall style features a hallway of single- or multiple-occupancy rooms with bathrooms on each end. Communal kitchens are available on each floor. Suite-style allows a more private experience, with single bedrooms that share a bathroom. Communal kitchens are available on each floor. Apartment-style features on-campus apartment living with single bedrooms that share a living space, kitchen and bathroom(s).

Off-Campus Housing:

The office of Off Campus Life provides resources and services for students living off campus, including an online search service for off-campus housing, dedicated staff and monthly civic engagement events. offcampus.ufl.edu

Learn where you live

Think with your

stomach

Dining possibilities are plentiful on UF’s campus, with more than 45 options available. From the delicious offerings at our two on-campus dining halls to restaurants like Chick-fil-A, Panda Express, Pollo Tropical and Starbucks, there’s something for every taste. Eight meal plan options are available to suit your needs, whether you like sit-down meals at the dining hall with friends or a quick pick up on your way to class. gatordining.com

UF’s 17 Living Learning Communities feature spaces for on-campus life with fellow students who share academic and personal interests. LLCs range from narrow and academic to broad and interdisciplinary, and include targeted classes, resources, exclusive opportunities and dedicated staff. housing.ufl.edu/programs-services/livinglearning-communities

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5 BEST COLLEGE #

TOWN

IN THE U.S.

(24/7 WALL STREET USA TODAY)

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Gainesville, Florida

BIG OPPORTUNITIES, Small-Town Warmth

It starts with 224 days of sunshine,

Gainesville is a foodie’s paradise. Melt-in-your-mouth pancakes, juicy burgers, authentic Latin food, fall-off-the-bone BBQ, locally-sourced, organic cuisine…there is truly something for every taste! visitgainesville.com

perfect for shopping in Gainesville’s quaint downtown, exploring one of our eight state parks or soaking up the warmth at a freshwater spring. With a median age of 26, Gainesville is a quintessential college town – alive with energy, fueled by good coffee and great food. When it comes to cultural opportunities and nightlife, Gainesville certainly punches above its weight. Perhaps you’ll take in a show at the Hippodrome Theater, Dance Alive National Ballet or the Gainesville Orchestra. Or visit one of the world-class museums, including the Florida Museum of Natural History, the Harn Museum of Art and the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention. For a truly magical experience, venture inside the Butterfly Rainforest, featuring more than 50 species from all over the world in an open-air enclosure. Pensacola

(341 miles)

Jacksonville

Tallahassee

(71 miles)

(150 miles) UF

Gainesville Gainesville is located on the I-75 corridor halfway between Atlanta and Miami, and is serviced by several major airlines at the Gainesville Regional Airport. Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World are less than a two-hour drive.

St. Augustine (74 miles)

Daytona Beach

(98 miles)

Tampa Orlando (115 miles) (130 miles)

Miami (336 miles)

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GLOBAL GATORS

Amazing things happen when you go beyond

UF REPRESENTS MORE THAN

Engineering in Rio de Janeiro. Journalism in Barcelona. Wildlife conservation in Botswana. These are just a few examples of the hundreds of study abroad opportunities offered each year through the UF International Center. UF gives you the freedom to chart your own course, whether you want to travel with UF faculty, take courses at one of our outstanding partner institutions, or participate in an international internship, research or service-learning opportunity. You will gain memories that last a lifetime while staying on track to reach your degree. Students can also use their existing financial aid while studying abroad. internationalcenter.ufl.edu/study-abroad

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150

COUNTRIES AND OUR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IS OVER

6,000 STRONG


INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

UF enrolls students from around the nation and globe.The UF International Center serves two purposes: championing the study of the world at UF and representing UF to the world via study abroad programs. Some 2,200 UF students studied abroad last year in more than 100 destinations. UF ranks in the top 20 of leading institutions sending students abroad. Recently, UF was one of only five institutions recognized with the Senator Paul Simon Award for the strength of our international study efforts. www.internationalcenter.ufl.edu

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200

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS DEVOTED TO DIVERSITY, SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP

VISA CLUB

VISA at UF consists of 18 sub-organizations representing cultures from across the globe. More than 4,500 UF undergraduate, graduate and PhD students from all academic disciplines are part of VISA, and their diversity is celebrated in an annual talent show.

CULTURAL CENTERS

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It’s Amazing What

GREAT MINDS Can Do Together

Becoming a Gator isn’t just about your college experience – it’s about a lifetime of support and connections. The Gator Nation is 500,000 strong, with one of the top 20 alumni networks in the nation, according to Business Insider. Stay connected after graduation with one of 100+ Gator Clubs, which collectively host about 1,500 events each year.

Skills for your future UF is proud to have the award-winning Career Connections Center, which guides students as they navigate the sometimes overwhelming process of finding jobs and internships. Staffed by certified career coaches, the Center provides personalized guidance, a dedicated jobs and internship database, and even the Gator Career Closet, where students can obtain business clothing for interviews. career.ufl.edu

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9

th

on the

WALL STREET JOURNAL’S “TOP RATED SCHOOLS BY RECRUITERS”

ERIN ANDREWS

EMMITT SMITH

FAYE DUNAWAY

GALE KING

MICHAEL CONNELLY

MORE THAN

15,000

STUDENTS AND ALUMNI ATTENDED OUR 2019 CAREER FAIRS, AS WELL AS ALMOST 1,000 EMPLOYERS

MORE THAN

11,000

INTERNSHIPS & JOB OPPORTUNITIES are available annually to UF students through Gator CareerLink

AMINDA MARQUES GONZALEZ

In Good Company What do two Nobel Laureates, nine astronauts and 10 U.S. Senators have in common? They all started at the University of Florida.

Notable Alumni ERIN ANDREWS, Fox NFL reporter and “Dancing with the Stars” co-host

MICHAEL CONNELLY,

Best-selling author

TIM TEBOW, NFL and MLB

GALE KING, Executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Nationwide

EMMITT SMITH, Three-time Super Bowl champion and NFL all-time leading rusher

AMINDA MARQUES GONZALEZ, Executive editor

player and Heisman trophy winner

FAYE DUNAWAY, Academy Award-winning actress DARA TORRES, 12-time

and vice president for news at The Miami Herald

MARSHALL NIRENBERG,

Biochemist and Nobel laureate

Olympic medalist

Not to mention…eight U.S. ambassadors, 16 generals and admirals, 28 presidents of universities and colleges, 42 U.S. Representatives, 50 federal judges and thousands of CEOs

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REITZ STUDENT UNION Home of the UF Bookstore and Welcome Center, the Reitz Student Union also contains dining facilities, meeting rooms, offices, a computer lab, a game room, an outdoor amphitheater, retail stores, a movie theater and a hotel.

CENTURY TOWER AND THE UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM

CRISER HALL Home to the offices of Enrollment Management, Admissions, the University Registrar, Student Financial Affairs and the UF Bursar

Visit UF

Ready to see UF for yourself? Learn about current opportunities, watch our virtual tour and register for information sessions at admissions.ufl.edu/visit.

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TURLINGTON HALL

BEN HILL GRIFFIN STADIUM

Opened in 1977, this is home to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The plaza area is one of UF’s free speech zones where outside organizations can voice their opinions on campus. Nearby is the iconic “French Fries” sculpture.

“The Swamp” now seats almost 92,000 and surrounds Steve Spurrier-Florida Field — the same space where home football games have been played for nearly 100 years.

PLAZA OF THE AMERICAS As one of UF’s green spaces, this open area will remain undeveloped forever.

HOUGH HALL WARRINGTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS UF’s full-time MBA program is among the top-10 best among public universities (U.S. News and World Report, 2020)

HEAVENER HALL WARRINGTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Ranked No. 12 among public universities in U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 best undergraduate business programs

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Your journey

starts now What We Look For

As a holistic institution, UF reviews our applicants as “whole people.” We aren’t just looking for students to attend classes – we are looking for future Gators who will enrich our community of learners, leaders and thinkers. Your background, extracurricular activities and academic achievement all play a role in our review. Getting to know you is the best part of our job!

AUGUST

NOV 1 OCT 1

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Priority deadline for freshman application

Apply via The Common Application or the Coalition Application

Application opens

DEC 1

Student Self-Reported Academic Record (SSAR) deadline


2020

FRESHMAN PROFILE (MIDDLE 50 PERCENT)

4.4-4.6 30-33 1320-1460

DEC 15

MAY 1

Admission decision notification for priority applications

◀ LATE FEB

$200 tuition deposit due to confirm UF enrollment

Test score submission deadline

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An Investment that will

PAY YOU BACK

Money.com calls UF “one of the best bargains in higher education.” It’s easy to see why, with average early career earnings of $56,000 and a 40-year return-on-investment of more than $1.2 million. UF will give you the support and resources you need to succeed – without breaking the bank. To apply for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov starting October 1, 2020. In order for Student Financial Affairs (SFA) to consider you for a financial aid offer, you must be a degree-seeking admitted student, but you should apply for aid when submitting your application for admission. www.sfa.ufl.edu/prospective One or more of the four types of aid (grants, scholarships, part-time employment, loans) are usually offered to eligible students to make up their financial aid offer. By March 2021, admitted freshmen who have filed the 2021-22 FAFSA will receive an official aid offer online at one.uf.edu.

Scholarship Opportunities The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program, funded by the State of Florida, provides scholarships based on high school academic achievement. The program has different award levels, each with its own eligibility criteria and award amounts. Awards are per credit hour. www.sfa.ufl.edu/types-of-aid/bright-futures The Machen Florida Opportunity Scholarship (MFOS) assists historically low-income, first-generation college students in meeting their college costs. www.sfa.ufl.edu/mfos Find other scholarship opportunities using UF’s Scholarship Search Engine, a database of both college-awarded and private scholarships. www.sfa.ufl.edu/search

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2020-21 Annual Cost Estimates* TUITION & FEES

$6,380 IN-STATE

$28,658

#

2

BEST VALUE IN PUBLIC EDUCATION (Kiplinger’s 2019)

OUT-OF-STATE

HOUSING & MEALS

$10,590

PERSONAL EXPENSES

$4,460

(transportation, books and supplies, computer, cell phone and clothing)

TOTAL

$21,430 $43,708 IN-STATE

OUT-OF-STATE

*These costs reflect estimated 2020-21 undergraduate expenses and are based on 15 credit hours per semester. Your costs may vary. The 2021-22 estimated costs of attendance will be posted at sfa.ufl.edu/cost when available.

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COLLEGES AND UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND LIFE SCIENCES cals.ufl.edu Agricultural Education and Communication*† Agricultural Operations Management* Animal Sciences*† Biology† Botany* Dietetics* Entomology and Nematology*† Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources* (Interdisciplinary Studies) Environmental Science* Family, Youth and Community Sciences* Food and Resource Economics* Food Science* Forest Resources and Conservation* Geomatics Horticultural Science* Marine Sciences (Interdisciplinary Studies) Microbiology and Cell Science* Natural Resource Conservation* Nutritional Sciences* Plant Science* Soil and Water Sciences* Wildlife Ecology and Conservation* COLLEGE OF THE ARTS arts.ufl.edu Art*† Art Education Art History* Dance* Digital Arts and Sciences Graphic Design* Music* Music Education* Theatre, General* Theatre Performance Theatre Production WARRINGTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS warrington.ufl.edu FISHER SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING warrington.ufl.edu/fsoa Accounting HEAVENER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS warrington.ufl.edu.sb Business Administration, General Studies*† Finance† Information Systems† Management† Marketing† COLLEGE OF DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND PLANNING dcp.ufl.edu Architecture Interior Design Landscape Architecture Sustainability and the Built Environment*† *PaCE Majors

†Innovation Academy Majors

Pace and Innovation Academy majors as of June 2020. Majors are subject to change.

MAJORS

M.E. RINKER, SR. SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT dcp.ufl.edu/rinker Construction Management COLLEGE OF EDUCATION education.ufl.edu Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary/Special Education Sciences *† HERBERT WERTHEIM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING eng.ufl.edu Aerospace Engineering Biological Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science† Digital Arts and Sciences† Electrical Engineering Engineering (Exploring Engineering Studies) Environmental Engineering Industrial and Systems Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nuclear and Radiological Sciences Nuclear Engineering COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE hhp.ufl.edu Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Health Education and Behavior* Sport Management* Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management* COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS jou.ufl.edu Advertising*† Journalism*† Public Relations*† Telecommunication*† COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES clas.ufl.edu Arabic African-American Studies*† African Languages Anthropology*† Astronomy and Astrophysics Biology† Botany Chemistry† Chinese Classical Studies Computer Science* Criminology Data Service Dual Languages

Economics English*† Foreign Languages and Literatures French and Francophone Studies Geography*† Geology* German Hebrew Hispanic and Latin American Languages, Literature and Linguistics History*† International Studies Japanese Jewish Studies Linguistics* Marine Studies Mathematics*† Microbiology and Cell Science Philosophy* Physics Political Science† Portuguese Psychology† Religion* Russian Sociology*† Spanish* Statistics* Sustainability Studies* Women’s Studies* Zoology Interdisciplinary Studies Majors American Indian and Indigenous Studies Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biological Illustration Film and Media Studies Latin American Studies Marine Sciences Medieval and Early Modern Studies Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures Modern European Studies Neurobiological Sciences COLLEGE OF NURSING nursing.ufl.edu Nursing COLLEGE OF PHARMACY cop.ufl.edu Pharmacy (Preprofessional) COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS phhp.ufl.edu Communication Sciences and Disorders Health Science Public Health

120+ MAJORS

Explore more at catalog.ufl.edu


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