The Graduate School Advance to a Higher Degree

Public Health

Supported Degree Objectives


  • Master of Public Health (MPH)
  • Non Degree

Required Supporting Documents


Master of Public Health Graduate Program Requirements


  • Cumulative Grade Point Average from most recently conferred undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree:
    • 3.0 or equivalent (A=4.0)

Master of Public Health Program Combined (4+1) Degree


  • Cumulative Grade Point Average from most recently conferred undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree:
    • 3.5 or equivalent (A=4.0)
  • Applicants will follow the Fall admissions deadline requirements and apply in the Spring of their junior year. There is no Spring admissions for the combined degree.

Master of Public Health Dual Degree Track (PhD/MS/MA + MPH)


  • Any applicants wishing to pursue both a PhD/MS/MA and an MPH must apply to both programs separately. Applicants may apply at the same time they apply for their other degree objective or at any time within their current graduate degree studies.

On-Campus and Hybrid Application Deadlines


  • Fall Spring Summer
    February 1* October 15 No Entry
    March 15
    June 1

  • *International and domestic applicants applying for fall admissions are highly encouraged to submit their applications by February 1st for the first round of admissions.

Online Application Deadlines


  • *Fall *Spring *Summer
    May 15 September 18 February 5
    June 12 October 25 March 5
    July 12 November 27 April 1

  • *Decisions are released ~15 days after the deadline.

Program Contact Information


Additional Information


  • Residential and Hybrid Stand Alone (traditional 2 years) applicants will need to submit an application through SOPHAS to be considered for those degree tracks.

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