Applicants are expected to have earned an MPH or another relevant graduate degree (e.g., in epidemiology, medicine, nursing, social work, or public administration). Additionally, applicants must have at least 3 years of full-time public health or other relevant work experience after earning their graduate degree.
Students entering the program with a graduate degree but without an MPH are required to complete the five pre-requisite courses in epidemiology, biostatistics, health policy and management, environmental health, and social and behavioral science, before matriculating into the program. Successful applicants will have relevant public health work experience, a demonstrable potential for leadership in public health, and a clear sense of why they wish to pursue a DrPH.
Applicants to the DrPH program must submit the following documentation:
- A curriculum vitae;
- Three letters of recommendation;
- A personal statement explaining why you’re interested in the program and career goals;
- A writing sample (e.g., report, published paper, manuscript, etc.) that demonstrates the applicant's critical and analytical skills and facility in writing. The applicant should be the primary author of the writing sample, or the primary author of important sections of the document.
- An official copy of transcripts from all institutions attended or attending.
December 1st for fall entry in the following year.
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition and fees vary for NYU students based on your term of admittance and the number of credit hours taken. While there is no financial aid available for this degree program, you can find more information here.