Admissions

A complete listing of academic programs offered at the School of Public Health is provided below. Select the program name for detailed information on admission requirements and submitting the application.

Masters Degree Programs

 Degrees

Deadlines

Application

MPH

Spring applications accepted for biomedical sciences or environmental health sciences concentration or students who have completed the UAlbany Certificate in Public Health Fundamentals and Principles.

Priority: February
General: March 1
Rolling

Spring: November 15

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Online MPH in Public Health Practice

Applications are accepted after the general deadline on space available basis. Contact onlinemph@albany.edu to determine space availability.

 Fall: April 1
Spring: October 15
Rolling

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MS in Biomedical Sciences

Priority: February 1
General: April 15

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MS in Biostatistics

Priority: February 1
General: April 15

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MS in Environmental Health Sciences

Priority: February 1
General: April 15

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MS in Epidemiology

Priority: February 1
General: April 15

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Doctoral Degree Programs

Degrees

Deadlines

Application

PhD Biomedical Sciences

January 5
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PhD Biostatistics

January 5
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PhD Environmental Health Sciences  

January 5
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PhD in Epidemiology

January 5
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DrPH

January 5
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Certificate Programs

Certificates

Deadlines

Application

Certificate in Public Health
Fundamentals and Principles

Rolling
Spring, Summer, Fall


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Certificate in Health Disparities

Fall: June 1
Spring: November 1

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Certificate in Public Health
Surveillance and Preparedness

Rolling
Spring, Summer, Fall

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Certificate in Global Health

Rolling
Spring, Summer, Fall

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Dual Degree Programs

Degrees

Deadlines

Application

MPH/MSW

January 30
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MD/MPH

March 1
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Non-Degree Study

It is possible to take courses at the School of Public Health as a non-degree student.  Courses are offered on an space availability basis and students must apply for non-degree study with the University Graduate Admissions Office. It is strongly recommended that non-degree applications be submitted at least two weeks before the start of the semester to which one is applying. All non-degree applicants must select Public Health as the Program of Study and indicate which course(s) they wish to take in their personal statement and whether they intend to apply to a degree program.

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