You must have received a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. Additionally, you must submit official copies of your transcripts from every insitution you have attended with your application.
p>Applicants should plan on having all transcripts from any non-US colleges or universities they have attended evaluated by World Education Services.
You must have obtained a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale. If your GPA is below 3.00, you should include an explanation of why it fell below the minimum score and how you plan to address any prior academic deficiences. Students admitted to the MS program with an undergraduate GPA below 3.00 will be admitted on a provisional basis.2
Your personal statement should be 2 pages in length, single spaced, and should address your career goals and purpose for applying to the program. Please make sure to include any past work/internship/volunteer experience and reasoning for how this program will serve your future goals.4
Please submit a recent copy of your resume or curriculum vitae (CV).5
While not required, it is highly encouraged that at least one letter of recommendation come from a faculty member who can attest to your academic performance.
Four (4) letters of recommendation for Health Services Research and Epidemiology
Three (3) letters of recommendation for Biostatistics6