Students are accepted in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Courses are offered year-round as well.
The Principles of Medical Physiology course is a 15-week, 6-credit full semester course. The other three courses, Physiology of Circulation of Blood, Advanced Renal Physiology and Pathophysiology, and Advances in Hypertension Research are 8-week half-semester courses which are 2 credits each.
No. This certificate program is open to anyone with a science background and a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. It is beneficial for many different medical professionals, and professional school applicants (medical, dental, nursing, and physician assistant).
No. All courses are asynchronous and can be completed at students’ convenience, though there are deadlines to ensure course completion in the semester.
No. All courses are offered entirely online with no campus visit required.
On the left-hand menu of the e-Learning login page (http://elearning.ufl.edu/) there are links to tutorials to get you familiar with the Canvas course management system which houses all the content for our online courses. If you need technical assistance during the course, please contact the UF Computing Help Desk. You will need your Gator Link ID. You can access the UF Help Desk when you log into the e-learning website. You can reach them seven days a week (hours vary and they are closed on holidays).
If you are a student with a disability and would like to request disability-related accommodations, please contact the instructor and the Disability Resource Center as soon as possible. The Disability Resource Center is located in 001 Building 0020 (Reid Hall). Their phone number is 352-392-8565, (711 TTY/FRS). For more information, see the Disability Resource Center website at http://www.dso.ufl.edu/drc/. The Disability Resource Center will begin the process to assist you.
All course communication is done through your UF webmail account, powered by Office 365.
- To check your UF webmail account, go to www.outlook.com/ufl.edu and use your GatorLink Username and Password to log on.
- Please make sure you are checking your email regularly for course updates and messages.
- You can find more information about UF webmail powered by Office 365 at the following website: https://migrate.mail.ufl.edu/
After you complete the application and course registration process, you can access online courses by logging into UF’s e-Learning website at any time. Go to http://elearning.ufl.edu/ and select “e-Learning Login” to enter your Gatorlink username and password. You will not be able to access your course until the start date listed in the course registration materials. Some course content will not be immediately available to you. Instructors may open and close access to lessons according to the schedule posted in the course syllabus.