The Office of Academic Affairs at the College of Public Health directs efforts in curriculum processes, online learning, and student services.

Students Services

The Office of Academic Affairs provides a full range of services and resources to support students and prospective students from application through graduation. The Office works with programs and departments both within the college and across the university to provide students with academic advising, course registration, and field experience opportunities, as well as connect them with student organizations, extracurricular experiences, and career development possibilities.

Course Planning and Support

The Office of Academic Affairs supports faculty members and instructors in their efforts to provide effective and innovative teaching through course planning and curricular initiatives.

Incomplete Courses:
If a student fails to complete a course during the registered semester, they must work with the instructor of record prior to the end of the term to complete an Incomplete Grade Form.  A copy should be kept by the student, instructor, and main office of departmental prefix.

Course Approval Process Automation (CAPA):
The College’s guidelines for CAPA course proposals and changes can be found here: CPH CAPA Guidelines [PDF].

Course Syllabi:
Current course syllabi can be searched using the following website: https://syllabus.uga.edu/Browse.aspx. Syllabi are also listed by prefix in the University of Georgia Bulletin, which is updated at the start of each semester and can be found online at http://bulletin.uga.edu. Click the “Courses” tab, and search by Course Prefix and Number to access the syllabi for the desired course.

All students in the College of Public Health enrolled in a classroom-based course will be provided with a course syllabus by the first day of class each semester. Syllabi will comply with the University established syllabus policy. The College’s current syllabus policy and development guidelines are available here: CPH Syllabus Policy [PDF].

College of Public Health Course Prefixes:
Public Health – PBHL
Biostatistics – BIOS
Disaster Management – DMAN
Environmental Health Science – EHSC
Epidemiology – EPID
Gerontology – GRNT
Global Health – GLOB
Health Policy & Management – HPAM
Health Promotion & Behavior – HPRB

CPH Degree Program Competencies:

College of Public Health Graduate Course Offerings by Term:

[NOTE: The schedules of various graduate course offerings listed here are not necessarily final, and are subject to change. Please, log into Athena for most current course offerings.]

Contacts

Erin Lipp
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Environmental Health Science
105B Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602

Phone: 706 542-1221
Fax: 706 542-6730

Ivonne-Marie Berges
Director of Online Learning
105G Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Ivonne.berges@uga.edu
Phone: 706 542-2738

Deborah Hadden
Administrative Specialist I
105 Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
dhadden@uga.edu
Phone: 706 542-2300
Fax: 706 542-6730

Heather McEachern
Student Services Director – Undergraduate Student Office
105D Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
cphadm@uga.edu
Phone: 706 542-3187
Fax: 706 542-6730

Mumbi Anderson
Graduate Education Coordinator
105E Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
mumbi@uga.edu
Phone: 706-542-0059
Fax: 706 542-6730

Lindsey Whelton
MPH Admissions Coordinator
105F Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
lindseyt@uga.edu
Phone: 706-542-0885
Fax: 706 542-6730

Jacquelyn Hughes
Practice Coordinator
105N Rhodes Hall, Health Sciences Campus
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
jacquelyn.hughes@uga.edu
Phone: 706-542-3648
Fax: 706 542-6730