Application Deadline: May 1
Dual degree students pursue the MPH between years 3 and 4 of their medical education. The program requires an official leave of absence from the School of Medicine. The leave lasts three consecutive semesters (summer, fall, spring). During official leave medical school loan obligations will be waived. Students are assessed public health tuition rates for ColoraedoSPH courses taken in completion of the joint degree. Rates are published under Cost of Attendance.
SOPHAS Express Application
Two letters of recommendation
CV or Resume
Statement of Interest
Application Fee ($50 domestic applicants, $75 international applicants)
Those interested in applying to the dual degree program should fill out and submit the SOPHAS Express Application. Official college transcripts and standardized test scores--ie. MCAT or GRE--must be emailed or mailed to the Colorado School of Public Health at ColoradoSPH.Admissions@ucdenver.edu.
Students interested in the dual DNP/MPH must submit an application to both programs. You must first apply to the Doctor of Nursing Practice through the College of Nursing and, upon acceptance, must then apply to the Master of Public Health through a specialty application offered by the Colorado School of Public Health.
Students must apply and be accepted to both the MPH and MPA programs separately.
Prospective students apply for the MSW and MPH separately and must be accepted into each program in order to qualify for the dual degree.
Students must apply and be accepted to both the MPH and MURP programs separately.
The application priority deadline for the MPH program is January 15 with a final deadline of May 1. Applicants are required to complete the MPH application process through SOPHAS.
MPH Admissions Requirements and Process.
The application deadline for the MURP program is February 15. MURP admissions requirements and application information can be found at http://architectureplanning.ucdenver.edu.
Students who finish the program leave with an MSW, an MPH in Global Health and Health Disparities, and training in both physical and behavioral health as well as knowledge of the social and ecological determinant of public health.
Should any questions arise, please don't hesitate to contact Kendra Bigsby.
Application Deadline: September 15
The Colorado School of Public Health offers a joint MPH/DVM with the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS).
Students must complete the Specialty Program Application and apply to the DVM program. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs at ColoradoSPH.Admissions@ucdenver.edu for more information about the speciality application.
Find more information about the program on the MPH/DVM website.