The cost per credit hour is $585.75 per credit hour (after applicable fees), making the total cost $17,572.50*.
*This price doesn't include books or materials.
The University of Florida offers financial aid for graduate students, including employment and loan programs. Graduate students should begin by applying for aid, using FAFSA on the Web.
The program is a perfect fit for anyone interested in pursuing a leadership position as a health education specialist working in local, state, and federal health agencies, voluntary health organizations, patient care settings, or private industry.
The 30-credit, Non-Thesis Option in the Master of Science in Health Education and Behavior degree program is designed for students seeking an advanced practitioner’s degree. A distinctive feature of this option allows students to choose a minimum of 15 credits of HSC elective coursework that matches their personal and professional interests, and allows them to plan a program that achieves their goals.