Forensic Vocational Rehabilitation Program Admissions

Admission Requirements


  • Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (or equivalent); or are in the final stages of their educational program

How to Apply


Applications are accepted on a year round basis. Newly admitted students will begin the program in the Fall or Spring semester of every year. This program is designed for working professionals and in order to apply to the program you will need to complete the following:

STEP #1 UF Application (Please scroll down to Certificate and click on, “I am NOT a currently enrolled UF student”). You will need to select Forensic Vocational Rehabilitation Certificate Program.
STEP #2 You may upload your unofficial transcripts, but you will have to send in your official sealed transcripts to the Office of Admissions.
Official Transcripts can be mailed one of two ways:
1. The University of Florida is able to accept an official transcript if the school uses one of the following systems to send the transcripts through email: Parchment or Faster. If so, you can have them email it to the following: certificates@admissions.ufl.edu.2. Have the school mail it directly to the Office of Admissions at UF:
The University of Florida
Office of Admissions
PO Box 114000
Gainesville, Fl. 32611-4000
STEP #3
  • Submit a short (one page) essay describing why you want to be in the program and how this training will advance your professional development career aspirations
  • Submit a copy of your current resume (including two years of work experience in a health related field)
  1. E-mail or physically mail the Documents (essay & resume) directly to:

FVR Program (Attn: Mark W. Hart, EdD, MALS)
Email: kramtrah@phhp.ufl.edu
Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health
University of Florida HPNP
1225 Center Drive Room 4181
PO Box 100175 Gainesville, FL 32610-0175

  1. Upon receipt of all of the documents described above you will receive confirmation that your application has been received and is being reviewed.

Contact Us


Mark W. Hart, EdD, MALS
Director of Online Programs
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Epidemiology
College of Public Health & Health Professions
Phone: (352) 273-8545