President Robinson Meets with Kenyan Leaders as Part of Global FAMU Partnership
Governor H.E. Cornel Amoth Rasanga, and a delegation from Siaya County in Kenya, visited FAMU March 31 – April 2 and were hosted by President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., and representatives from the FAMU College of Agriculture and Food Sciences.
At the invitation of FAMU, the Kenyan delegation came to Tallahassee to follow up on previous discussions regarding a unique memorandum of understanding between FAMU and the University of Nairobi, which includes an exchange program for faculty and students in the FAMU College of Agriculture and Food Sciences, which is led by Dean Robert Taylor, Ph.D.
The partnership is in the process of being enhanced and will also include mutually beneficial research, technology, extension and educational training opportunities.
FAMU’s Master of Public Health Program
Florida A&M University has been identified as having one of the best online Master of Public Health degrees in America by TopMastersInPublicHealth.com.
The ranking considered tuition, student to faculty ratio, student engagement and national recognition.
The program is ranked No.1 in the state of Florida and No. 3 overall out of the top 50 programs in the U.S.
With a student to faculty ratio of 15 to 1, its online master of public health is a 50 credit hour program that includes a specialization in public health practice.