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Admissions - MS in Public Health Sciences


Admissions Requirements:

  • A completed bachelor’s degree or its equivalent is required.
  • No specific degree, GPA or prerequisite coursework is required.

Admissions Procedures:

The University of North Texas Health Science Center (HSC) at Fort Worth conducts holistic application reviews. Applications are reviewed once they have been completed and verified by SOPHAS. HSC does not offer conditional or provisional admission. All items must be received in order for an application to be reviewed and a decision rendered. 

Application platform and deadlines are maintained on the SPH Admissions webpage.

To Apply:

  • Create an account and application via SOPHAS online application portal.
  • Official transcripts from all universities/colleges attended.
  • Statement of Purpose and Objectives (personal statement). This document should describe your interest in the field of study (degree and concentration) to which you are applying, your career goals, how the program will help you reach those goals and why you chose the UNTHSC School of Public Health to pursue your graduate education.
  • Three (3) Letters of Recommendation. Ideal sources include academic professors, academic advisors and employment/internship supervisors. Physician shadowing letters are not recommended. Letters from friend or relative are never appropriate.
  • Resume or CV
  • Official GRE exam score report.
  • World Education Service (WES). ICAP Course-by-Course evaluation of academic records from institutions outside the U.S. and English-speaking Canada (if applicable). 
  • TOEFL language exam is required for international applicants.

For questions about admissions contact, admissions@unthsc.edu

The admissions process is designed in a manner that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or Veterans of the Vietnam Era status.

Information submitted in the application materials must be complete and correct. Prospective and current students must notify the proper institution officials regarding any changes in the information provided on their application. Falsification or omission of any information on the application documents will void a student’s admission, cancel their enrollment, and/or result in appropriate disciplinary action.

All materials submitted during the application process become the property of the Health Science Center and cannot be returned.

Program Details:

More information regarding the MS in Public Health Sciences program and curriculum can be found on the program home page .