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Prospective students interested in Health Behavior and Health Education's M.P.H. program will apply through SOPHAS. The priority deadline for submission is January 15. Early application submission is encouraged. Applications received after this date will be accepted until the program is full. Early applicants are more likely to receive full consideration for financial aid and scholarships.
The General Test of the GRE is preferred, although the MCAT will be accepted.
The TOEFL test is required of all non-native English language speakers and must be taken within one year of the term requested for admission. The TOEFL will be waived for international students who received a previous degree from a U.S. institution or from an institution where English was the primary language of instruction.
The minimum TOEFL score required for admission:
Other language test minimums:
If your degree is from a non-U.S. college or school, the institution must be recognized and approved by the Ministry of Education or commission responsible for higher education in the country where the degree is earned. Applicants with transcripts from an international institution (non-U.S. university, college, or school) are required to submit credential evaluations from WES along with their official transcripts.
In addition, international applicants must certify that they have financial resources adequate to provide for their expenses while attending school. Funds may come from a variety of resources including scholarships, fellowships, sponsoring agencies, continuance of salary, applicant's family, or any dependable source.