FIU Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work
Advancing your education to be a force for good demands dedication and guidance. Offering master’s and doctoral programs in public health, social work, dietetics and nutrition, and disaster management, the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work explores the interconnectivity of social, biological, environmental and cultural elements of health to be a force for positive change. If you have a passion for helping others and making an impact on the health and wellbeing of your community, a graduate degree in Public Health, Dietetics and Nutrition, Social Work, or Disaster Management from FIU’s Stempel College is indeed a catalyst for your professional advancement.
Here’s why Stempel College should be your number one choice for your graduate education:
• Quality: Our programs are ranked in the top 50 among public universities across the nation (U.S. News and World Report)
• Value: We offer some of the most affordable programs in South Florida
• Flexibility: Our program modalities include part-time, full-time, evening, and online options, as well as accelerated and regular degree tracks.
• Student-centered learning: we keep our classes small to foster an environment that is supportive of your learning
• Career readiness: With over 200 partnerships in the South Florida community, and a cutting-edge curriculum that offers both state-of-the-art research facilities and meaningful experiential learning in highly diverse communities, we are here to support your successful transition to full-time employment upon graduation.
Some of the college''s research foci include: neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer''s disease and Parkinson''s disease, HIV/AIDS, health disparities, environmental toxicity, diabetes and obesity interventions, asthma, community based participatory research, cancer, cardiopulmonary disease, neurogenerative diseases, and the emerging area of environmental health impacts. The college is home to two Emerging Preeminent Programs: The Brain, Behavior and the Environment Program, and Health Inequities and Disparities.