Applicants interested in the Master of Public Health program are required to meet individually, either in person or via telephone, with an admissions representative and program faculty to discuss the program and all requirements. Applicants must provide a completed South College application for admission and application to the program. Those selected for admission will provide the following:
- Evidence completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education in public health, health science, or a closely related discipline approved by the faculty.
- Completion of an undergraduate course in statistics with grade of B or better or completion of South College’s MAT 2501.
- Evidence of a cumulative 3.0 undergraduate grade point average for admittance OR Evidence of a cumulative 2.50 undergraduate grade point average for conditional admittance.
Students accepted for conditional admittance are permitted to take three courses in the MPH program. If they maintain a 3.0 graduate grade point average in the three courses, they are granted admittance.