The College of Community Innovation and Education is the college anchor to UCF Downtown, a 21st-century campus that will increase access for students, provide pathways into high-demand career fields, foster collaboration with our neighbors in meaningful ways and improve countless lives through the power of education. Beginning fall 2019, select programs will move to the campus, located in downtown Orlando, where students will have numerous opportunities to engage in community-based experiences in the heart of the city. Internships, practicums and research can take place within walking distance of the downtown campus. Students will be close to the courthouse, Orlando’s City Hall, several schools and major corporate headquarters. A quick ride on Sunrail or Lynx will take students to the two major hospitals in Orlando, and so much more.
“The move to UCF Downtown opens up opportunities for students to partner with other healthcare industry professionals in the area. From internships, research and employment, our students will be uniquely poised to immerse themselves in the epicenter of Central Florida healthcare and garner hands-on experience while pursuing their education at UCF."
Department of Health Management and Informatics
CCIE Programs Moving to UCF Downtown
Emergency Management BA/BS
Emergency Management and Homeland Security Minor
Health Informatics and Information Management BS
Health Informatics and Information Management Minor
Health Services Administration BS
Health Services Administration Minor
Legal Studies BA/BS
Legal Studies Minor
Nonprofit Management BA/BS
Nonprofit Management Minor
Public Administration BA/BS
Public Administration Minor
Urban and Regional Planning Minor
Emergency and Crisis Management MECM
Emergency Management and Homeland Security Certificate
Executive Master of Health Administration MHA
Master of Health Administration MHA
Health Care Informatics MS
Health Care Risk Management Certificate
Nonprofit Management MNM
Nonprofit Management Certificate
Public Administration MPA
Public Administration MPA, Criminal Justice MS Dual Degree
Public Administration MPA, Nonprofit Management MNM Dual Degree
Public Administration Certificate
Public Affairs PhD
Public Budgeting and Finance Certificate
Public Policy Analysis Certificate
Research Administration MRA
Research Administration Certificate
Urban and Regional Planning MS
Urban and Regional Planning Certificate
SCHOOL AND DEPARTMENTS
"At UCF Downtown, our undergraduate students will thrive while learning in a culturally and socio-economically rich city center. Our master’s students will have access to professional networks, key leaders and role models across government, nonprofit and business sectors. Our doctoral students will live the work of community-engaged research inspired by new curiosities and old questions asked in new ways."
School of Public Administration
Doctoral Program in Public Affairs
Whether you have questions about admission requirements, orientation, registration or graduation, you will find the answers and resources by meeting with one of our academic advisors.
Beginning fall 2019, on-site undergraduate and graduate advising will be available at the downtown campus.
Join any one of our student organizations at UCF Downtown to further your professional learning, collaborate with fellow students and engage in community outreach.
Emergency Management Student Association
Health Services Administration Student Association
International City/County Management Association at UCF
Student Health Information Management Association
UCF Mock Trial
UCF Moot Court
UCF Organization for Public Administration
Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society
Urban Knights Planning Association
"Legal studies programs may teach students how to write and think like a lawyer, but our move downtown opens up opportunities to teach students how to actually be a lawyer."
Department of Legal Studies
UnionWest is UCF’s new student resident community at UCF Downtown and at Creative Village. Apartments and suites at UnionWest are furnished and will include a personal mini fridge for each resident, high-speed Wi-Fi and utilities. Each residential floor features a gathering space to meet up with friends or study, a laundry room and a community kitchen. A sixth-floor resident-only club room includes lounge and study areas, community activities and an outdoor patio overlooking downtown Orlando and Creative Village Central Park. Dedicated residential elevators provide high-speed access to the residential floors. UCF residents at UnionWest will have several unique, student-only benefits including earlier class registration appointments for future semesters.