Applications procedures differ depending on whether you want to take one or two classes as a non-degree seeking student or five classes or more as a certificate-seeking or degree student.
Complete the online non-degree application
Please note the following:
Follow the below instructions:
When completing and submitting the application, please note:
Prospective students should discuss their academic background with the Academic Program Assistant or their Certificate Coordinator, prior to application. Students can apply for admission to a certificate program at https://admissions.ufl.edu/apply/certificates. Choose More Options. Under Certificate Programs, choose Certificate and “I am NOT a currently enrolled UF student” if you plan to take the certificate as a non-degree seeking student. Choose “I am a currently enrolled UF student” if you wish to add a certificate to your current online M.S. graduate program. Create a new user account and pay the application fee.
If you are applying to a graduate certificate program, arrange for an official copy of your bachelor’s transcript to be sent to the Office of Admissions at 201 Criser Hall, PO Box 114000, Gainesville, FL 32611-4000. You will not be able to register for a class until your official transcript has been received.
DO YOU MEET THE ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS?
Preferably you will have a bachelor’s degree in a science field. If your undergraduate degree is in a non-science field, it should be supplemented with the following coursework:
The University of Florida Graduate School has several admissions requirements:
HOW TO APPLY?
Prospective students must apply online, by visiting this website where information is available to guide the student through the application process. Arrange for official transcripts and test of English language proficiency to be sent to the Admissions office. Prospective students are encouraged to correspond by email with the distance education coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) when they apply online.
In addition, the Entomology and Nematology Department requires the following:
We accept applications for Spring, Summer and Fall admissions, and suggest that you apply as early as possible. However, we can process applications up to six weeks before a semester begins, if necessary.
Ms. Feenix Hartell
Dr. Andrea Lucky
Certificate in Pest Control Technology and Urban Pest Management
Dr. Phil Koehler
Dr. Rebecca Baldwin
(352) 273-3974, Room 2208
Certificate in Medical Entomology
Dr. Cynthia Lord
Certificate in Landscape Pest Management
Dr. Adam Dale
Tel: (352) 273-3976