Students with related experience, a basic understanding of physiological and/or psychological human development, and a quantitative background or interest (for Epidemiology track) are best suited for academic success in the Maternal & Child Health MPH program.
Effective for the 2020 admissions cycle, this program does not require the GRE. Applicants who have already taken the GRE may submit their scores if they choose, however it is not required.
Admissions Requirements (General)
(Note: the requirements below are in addition to the general admissions requirements above)
All Maternal & Child Health MPH Tracks:
- A strong interest in, and understanding of, maternal, reproductive, child, and family health and public health content (expressed in the applicant’s letter of intent).
- Work or volunteer experience in a clinical, community-based, public health or managed-care agency/program that focuses on vulnerable populations, women, children, adolescents, and/or families (preferred, not required).
Epidemiology Track: Applicants to the Epidemiology Track are expected to demonstrate strong quantitative skills and a specific interest in working with data upon graduation. They are also expected to have undergraduate coursework in statistics and/or calculus.
Advanced Standing Track: Advanced Degree or 3 years experience
Final Deadline for Fall Admission: July 15
Scholarship Consideration Deadline for Fall Admission: December 1
Spring Admission (advanced-standing program only): November 1
May and Summer Admission (advanced-standing program only): March 1