The Master of Health Science in One Health is offered as a traditional on-campus degree, and online or part-time. Learn more about our online option below.
Anthony Pepe is completing his MHS degree from Boston, Massachusetts while working for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in New England.
What types of students enroll in the MHS Online?
The MHS Online program is perfect for full-time working professionals looking to expand their knowledge or build off of a previous degree, students not local to the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, FL, or anyone else wishing to complete this degree online at their own pace.
Online vs Traditional Student
Students who wish to enroll as an MHS student online can view lectures and access course material online at any time through Canvas (the University of Florida’s e-learning site), while complying with due dates and expectations of individual professors.
Upon acceptance, our MHS online students will be invited to our annual new-student orientation alongside our traditional students. Students will be assigned a faculty advisor for any questions they may have about their academic schedule, career paths, or other relevant concerns.
A key question on many of our online student’s minds is how they will complete the capstone experience. The capstone can be completed at an appropriate agency, department or organization near a student’s primary residence or at another entity approved by their faculty advisor and academic staff.
Admissions for the MHS in One Health program is rolling. We welcome all prospective students to begin their application today and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The MHS in One Health is a 39-credit degree program that combines courses from various disciplines, offering students a variety of knowledge and training necessary to develop a systems-thinking approach to health issues.
All MHS in One Health students complete a capstone research experience in culmination of their graduate program. Click below for more information and examples of projects our students have completed in the past.