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Undergraduates/Courses for All

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Undergraduate

Declare a public health major or minor

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Health Care Interpreter Course

for students who are proficient in 2+ languages. 

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Masters Programs

The deadline for Spring 2023 applications has been extended to December 1st. Due to interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Public Health is also waiving the GRE requirement for the Spring 2023 application cycle. If you have taken the GRE, we strongly recommend that you submit these results, as they may be beneficial to the review process.

International students: We are accepting Duolingo, a fully-online English proficiency test, as an alternative to the currently accepted TOEFL/IELTS/PTE.

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Master of Public Health

Multiple concentrations to choose from

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Master of Science in Biostatistics

 

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Master of Health Administration

In-person only

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Executive Master of Health Administration

Online only

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Doctoral Programs

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PhD in Epidemiology and Biostatistics

 

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PhD in Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

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Graduate Certificates

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Certificate in Health Analytics

 

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Certificate in Population Health

 

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Health Systems Leadership Certificate

 

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Questions?

Please visit our FAQ page for questions regarding the admissions process. For all other admissions inquires, please contact Shirl Sharpe at ssharpe@memphis.edu.