UCF’s Doctoral Program in Public Affairs is an interdisciplinary program that draws on the strengths of faculty members in criminal justice, health management and informatics, public administration, and social work. The program prepares students for academic appointments in colleges and universities as well as research and leadership positions in public, nonprofit and private agencies. The dynamic mix of an interdisciplinary faculty, together with students from varied backgrounds, creates a stimulating environment to examine many of the contemporary social ills communities are currently facing.

To learn more about the program’s disciplinary tracks, contact the track coordinators below.

Visit the UCF Graduate Catalog for detailed information about the Doctoral Program in Public Affairs.

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TRACK COORDINATORS

Criminal Justice

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Matt Nobles, Ph.D., Track Coordinator 

Criminal Justice Track, UCF Graduate Catalog

Health Services Management and Research

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Su-I Ho, Ph.D., Track Coordinator 

Health Services Management and Research TrackUCF Graduate Catalog

Public Administration

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Thomas Bryer, Ph.D., Track Coordinator 

Public Administration TrackUCF Graduate Catalog

Social Work

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Kim Anderson, Ph.D., Track Coordinator 

Social Work Track, UCF Graduate Catalog

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