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How to Apply
When applying to one of the graduate programs at the Zuckerman College of Public Health, you will need to submit an online application through SOPHAS. The SOPHAS application will walk you through the materials we require, including transcripts, statement of purpose, resume, and letters of recommendation. All domestic transcripts submitted will need to be official and submitted through SOPHAS. International transcripts also need to be official but need to be evaluated by the World Evaluation Service. The GRE will NOT be required for the 2022-2023 admissions cycle.
Once your SOPHAS application is complete, you will need to submit a short supplemental application through the University of Arizona Graduate College. If you ever have any questions, our admissions team will be there to support you throughout this process.
Admissions Criteria and Deadlines
The Zuckerman College of Public Health offers tremendous opportunities to its students in education, research and community engagement, all enhanced by our collaboration with the many centers for expertise within the University of Arizona Health Sciences, and by the unique environment, history, and cultures of Southern Arizona.
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Learn about the college’s curriculum, admissions requirements, the application process, and potential public health careers at one of our upcoming Admissions Events! All of our events explain our graduate degree offerings, from the MPH to the MS, PhD, DrPH, and our certificate programs. You can also learn about taking classes as a non-degree seeking student. To find out more about the event and how to register or attend, click on the session that interests you. We hope you will join us to learn more!
About Public Health
Public health treats the community, not individual patients, so we can stop disease before it starts, prevent injuries in schools and workplaces, and protect our environment so that everyone has access to healthy food, clean air, and good water. Public health provides the methods and tools needed to work with diverse communities so we can combat health disparities and support everyone to lead healthier, happier lives.
A diverse and ever-expanding field, public health produces science-based information for policy decisions, identifies systemic inequalities and problems so we can find solutions, protects our health and safety through education and research, and builds partnerships with communities and organizations to promote good health.
Distinguished for our outstanding community-based research and for our focus on eliminating health disparities, particularly among populations of the Southwest, the Zuckerman College of Public Health offers various graduate degrees and programs.
Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health. Advanced training for leadership in public service, industry, and research.Learn More >
Doctorate in Public Health. Advanced training for leadership in public health, policy and program analysis, and program management.Learn More >
Certificates provide training in a specific field for professional advancement.Learn More >
Students who are not seeking a degree can take courses in the college.Learn More >
Admissions Criteria & Deadlines
Learn more about our degree programs, requirements and application deadlines.Criteria & Deadlines >
Find admissions information specific to international students.International >
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