College description: The New York University School of Global Public Health offers committed students like you a world-class education, with domestic and global perspectives that emphasize health equity, ethics and social justice. Fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, our MPH program offers eight areas of concentration, dual-degree programs, and award-winning faculty conducting groundbreaking research. Learn more about how you can help discover innovative solutions to epidemics and reinvent the public health paradigm.
For an application to be considered complete, the following application materials must be submitted for Master of Public Health Program.
1. Completed SOPHAS application (the centralized application service for public health schools and programs).
2. Resume or CV
3. Personal statement
4. Official transcripts from each post-secondary institution attended
5. Three letters of recommendation
6. Official GRE scores taken within the past 5 years. The GRE must be taken again if your GRE scores are older than 5 years.
7. TOEFL scores from all applicants whose native language is not English and who did not receive the equivalent of a US bachelor's degree at an institution where English is the primary language of instruction. Applicants holding or completing only a graduate or professional degree from an institution where English is the primary language of instruction are still required to submit a TOEFL score unless the graduate program was four or more years in duration.
SPECIAL NOTE ON GRE WAIVERS: Applicants who already hold an advanced graduate or professional degree are not required to submit a GRE score as part of their application unless they are applying to the Epidemiology concentration. Examples of degrees that meet this requirement are MA, MS, MSc, MEd, MD, MBBS, MSW, MPA, MPhil, BDS, DDS, PharmD, EdD, PhD. This list is not exhaustive. GRE is waived only for students holding these degrees; they are not waived in any other circumstances.
Global Health Equity MS
College description: The Public Community Health PhD program at MCW, the first of its kind in Wisconsin, provides you with advanced public health training that creates opportunities for original, independent research that focuses on relevant public health issues. Our innovative curriculum features essential components of public health and community health improvement through participation and partnership. Institute for Health Equity Research DirectorPhD Program in Public and Community Health Director Epidemiology Division. The students in our program come from a variety of backgrounds with a strong motivation to improve the health of our communities locally, nationally and internationally.
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Graduate School operates on a rolling admissions basis, which means there is never a time that we do not accept applications and related materials. Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications/materials in advance of the priority deadline to ensure that they receive full consideration.
The priority deadline for Fall admission is March 1 followed by rolling admissions through a final deadline of July 1.
NOTE: No GRE is required for admission to the program.
Students should satisfy the minimum requirements for admission:
1. Baccalaureate degree- official transcripts required
2. 3.0 cumulative GPA preferred
3. Three letters of recommendation
4. Personal statement describing career goals and reasons for interest in the program
5. Strong foundation in quantitative, behavioral, and biological sciences
6. TOEFL scores for students who do not use English as their primary language of communication is required.