Brooks B. Gump, Director of Graduate Programs in Public Health
344H White Hall
Brooks B. Gump, Brittany Kmush, Sandra D. Lane, David Larsen, Katherine McDonald, Lutchmie Narine, Arthur Owora
Indu Gupta, Commissioner of Health, Onondaga County Health Department
Judi Emmi, Administrative Assistant
Susan Scholl, Internship Coordinator
Melinda Stoffel, Office Coordinator
The Master of Science in Public Health is a 42 credit hour graduate program designed to provide students with core knowledge and research skills necessary for the advancement of evidence-based public health. Within the MSPH, there are two tracks. The Global Health track introduces students to health issues in the context of the global community providing students with exposure to theory, research and applications in both the US and international settings. The Biostatistics track provides students with training in both introductory and advanced biostatistics - applying multiple different analytic methods to the analysis of public health data.
A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with a graduating GPA of 3.2. Students from broad inclusive fields of undergraduate study and work experience will be considered for admission. Applicants will be asked to declare application to a program track and will be evaluated accordingly to that track. GRE scores and a personal statement are required for admission. A minimum GRE quantitative score of 50 percentile or better is required for the biostatistics track. A minimum TOEFL score of 100 is required for admission.
Part-time study is acceptable; however, time to degree completion depends on available course offerings and number of courses enrolled. Time limit to degree completion is 7 years.
Limited department financial aid is available in the form of graduate assistantships and scholarship credits for students enrolled in masters and doctoral programs. Financial aid is determined based on merit.
Additional information regarding graduate financial aid can be found at https://graduateadmissions.syr.edu/funding/
A maximum of 30 percent of credits counted toward a master’s degree at Syracuse University may be transferred from another institution provided that the credits are an integral part of the degree program.
MS, 42 credit hours