Thank you for considering the School of Community and Global Health for graduate study. To learn more about the Master of Public Health (MPH) program and the PhD in Health Promotion Sciences offered at SCGH, check out the following informational video.
We are now accepting applications for all of our programs for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016. We accept applications on rolling basis, but for top consideration, admission materials should be submitted by the following priority deadlines:
Fall 2015 – February 1 (Priority deadline)
March 1 - PhD applicants
August 1 - MPH applicants
Spring 2016 – December 1
If you have any other questions about admissions materials or deadlines, please contact Paige Piontkowsky at 909-607-3240 or email@example.com.
Admission and Enrollment Data
Fall 2014 Admissions
Number of Applicants, all concentrations: 177
Applicant's Average Undergraduate GPA: 3.29
Applicant's Average GRE Score: 292 (combined), 146 Verbal, 146 Quantitative
Percent Women: 68.9%
Percent Underrepresented Minorities: 40%
Includes domestic students identified as American Indian/Native American, African American/Black, Mexican American/Chicano, and Latino/Other Hispanic
Percent International Students: 21%
International students are those on temporary visas. They include all students who are not U.S. citizens, Permanent Residents, Immigrants, or Refugees.
Please note, SOPHAS no longer accepts IELTS scores. Contact Paige Piontkowsky (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on how to submit IELTS scores along with your application.
Our school encourages students to engage in creative problem-solving dialogues leading to new innovations in public health, well-being, and quality of life for individuals, families, and communities here and abroad. Check out our website for more information about our programs, faculty and research opportunities.