Admissions requirements include the following:
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Program entry begins in the fall semester. We only accept program applications via the SOPHAS application system. You will be required to submit a personal statement, reference letters, official transcripts, and official GRE scores. The application process is a two-step process: SOPHAS and Baylor. After your SOPHAS application is completed and verified, and you meet the minimum admission requirements, you will be contacted by the Baylor Graduate Office to complete the Baylor portion of the application process. The application system opens mid-August with a December 15th deadline. See Admissions for more details.
The SOPHAS application starts at $140 and increases depending on how many universities you select. The Baylor application is $50.
Yes, financial aid information can be found here. The Department of Public Health offers Graduate Student Employee (assistantship) positions and academic scholarships for qualified and selected applicants. International students are also eligible for these. See Assistantship for further details and how to apply.
No, the on-campus program is designed as a full-time residential program. If your are interested in our fully online MPH program with part-time and full-time options, please contact Dr. Jasmine Opusunju. You can also find information about the online program here.
Yes, many of our MPH graduates work for public or private public health organizations after graduating from our program. Others choose to continue their education by enrolling in a specific doctoral, medical, or allied health program.
Yes, our Public Health faculty members are highly engaged in research and often invite the MPH students to work with them on various projects. Click here to learn more about our faculty.
Yes, many of our Public Health faculty members work in international settings such as Brazil, Rwanda, Dominican Republic, Ghana, and Guatemala. We offer several study abroad or international practicums as part of our program.
We offer three concentrations in our MPH program: Community Health Science, Epidemiology, and Environmental Health Science. Each degree path is a 42-43 credit hour degree. All students, regardless of concentration, complete MPH foundational courses along with courses specific to their concentration. Concentration-specific information can be found here.
The cost varies by year. For information about tuition rates and other fees at Baylor, click here.