All applicants must have mathematical preparation appropriate for entrance into Principles of Statistical Reasoning, through either previous collegiate coursework or advanced placement coursework reflected on the college transcript. An ETS administered advanced placement test score of three or higher in calculus or a GRE quantitative score at or above the 70th percentile is also evidence of acceptable preparation.
MHA, MPH, and certificate applicants must have six college credits in behavioral and social sciences (with a C or better).
Certificate applicants must meet requirements for admission to the MPH (see below).
In addition to school and degree-level requirements, each department has specific requirements. Once you know which program(s) you’re applying to, be sure to review the departmental requirements.