Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Program (PHPB)
The University of Florida's Pre-health Post-Baccalaureate Program (PHPB) offers dedicated and motivated students an opportunity to complete academic pre-requisite courses for admission to medical school, dental school, and other health professional graduate programs. You will complete the majority of courses in science classes created just for post-bac students, experiencing the outstanding teaching faculty at the University of Florida. This program assists you in developing academic skills, application skills, and professional competencies necessary for the application to professional healthcare schools.
The UF PHPB program offers three tracks to help you complete pre-requisite coursework. Each track requires full-time enrollment. Which track you choose will depend on your academic background. All tracks require a bachelor's degree for admission. For more information on each track, see the Admission and Course information.
Career Changer Program
For students who haven't taken any science pre-requisite courses. If you have taken more than two of the required science pre-requisite classes with grades of "B" or better, see our Completion Program information. Fall admission only.
For students who have completed three or more of the science pre-requisite courses prior to admission. We will work with you to create an individual plan of study.
For students who attempted science coursework as an undergraduate two or more years ago, and earned grades below a "B." This track offers extra support to improve your learning and study skills.
Be sure to read the full eligibility requirements before applying to the program. Please contact us if you have any question on which track best suits your needs.
|Pre-Requisite Sciences* Already Completed||Grades in pre-requisite sciences already completed||Length of Program|
|Career Changer||No more than 2||Bs or better||5 semesters|
|Completion||3 or more||Bs or better||Varies|
|ReStart||1 or more||Below B on any course||5+ semesters|
* Pre-requisite Sciences refers to Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics
Listen to the online Information Session for a better understanding of the program.