Accelerated Bachelor of Science (BS)/Master of Public Health (MPH) Program | School of Community Health Sciences

Accelerated Bachelor of Science (BS)/Master of Public Health (MPH) Program | School of Community Health Sciences

About the BS to MPH program

The BS to MPH program allows undergraduate CHS students to take graduate-level courses that will count towards their BS public health degree and an MPH degree (upon admission). Students can apply 3 to 12 credits to both degrees.

Students will complete the majority of their undergraduate degree requirements (108 credits) before taking graduate credits which will apply to both their remaining undergraduate degree requirements and their MPH degree. MPH emphases are available in Epidemiology, Health Administration and Policy, and Social and Behavioral Health.

Step-by-step process for pursuing the BS to MPH Program

Meet with your Community Health Science advisor as early as possible by making an advisor appointment to determine if you are eligible for the BS to MPH program.
Complete 75 B.S. Public Health degree credits.
After undergraduate advisor approval, schedule a meeting with the MPH Graduate Director to determine your chosen MPH specialization, determine graduate course enrollment, and complete the BS to MPH powerform.
Ensure submission of BS to MPH powerform to the Graduate School for approval (by June 1st to take MPH courses in the Fall, and November 1st to take MPH courses in the Spring)
Following the completion of 108 undergraduate credits, register for graduate courses recommended by the Graduate Director and…

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