You must submit official copies of your transcripts from every insitution you have attended with your application. Applicants should plan on having all transcripts from any non-US colleges or universities they have attended evaluated by World Education Services.1
You must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) in undergraduate and graduate coursework. If your GPA is below a 3.00, you should include an explanation of why it fell below the minimum requirement and how you plan on addressing prior academic deficiencies. 2
GRE Code: 7844
Please submit official copies of your GRE scores with your SOPHAS application using the code above.
Your personal statement should be two pages in length, single spaced. It should describe your past experience(s) as they relate to your interest in public health, career goals, skills that you will bring to the program, purpose for submitting your application, and how the program will benefit you.
Please also identify the faculty member with whom your research interests align.
Include a copy of your current resume or curriculum vitae (CV). It should outline your: professional work experience, volunteer experience, academic credentials, professional affiliations, and any awards, honors, scholarships, or other recognitions received.
While not required, it is recommended that at least one letter come from a faculty member who can attest to your academic performance.
Four letters of recommendation for Health Services Research & Epidemiology
Three letters of recommendation for Biostatistics