Ready to become a Vol? In order to be eligible to apply to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, online MPH, applicants need to have achieved a cumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0, as well as a 3.0 GPA for any graduate level courses taken previously.
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How to Apply
Start your application to the UT online Master of Public Health today. In order to be considered for the online MPH, applicants must meet both the University of Tennessee Graduate School and program requirements and submit the following:
Transcripts: Applicants must provide transcripts from all undergraduate and/or graduate institutions. Unofficial copies of transcripts may be uploaded to your application for initial review, but official transcripts are required upon admission to the program. Official transcripts can be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supplemental MPH application: This is included in the official graduate school application.
Three references: When submitting your Graduate School application, you will need to provide the names and email addresses of three people, who will each receive a link to an online rating form and will be directed to upload a recommendation letter directly alongside your application. Your references should be able to speak to your academic capacity, and should come from faculty members, academic advisors, employers, or professional colleagues.
Personal statement: Provide a short, double spaced essay summarizing your educational and career goals. Your statement should be approximately three to four pages in length.
Application fee: All applicants are required to pay a $60 nonrefundable application fee.
The GRE is not required.
Need help keeping your application checklist on track? Contact our enrollment team via email@example.com for guidance on how to submit a more competitive application.
Application Best Practices
All online MPH applicants must submit completed applications, including admission to the University of Tennessee Graduate School, by the Department of Public Health deadline to be eligible for review. Submit all application materials online to the University of Tennessee Graduate School Office of Admissions.
Online Master of Public Health applicants who have not first been admitted by the graduate school cannot be reviewed by the Department of Public Health.
It typically takes four to eight weeks for your application to be considered complete (including graduate school admission) and eligible for internal review by the Department of Public Health, so we strongly recommend that you submit your application well ahead of the departmental deadline.
Finally, it is very rare that applications submitted near the departmental deadline are completed on time. Applicants who have not completed their applications by the department deadline will need to revise their expected date of entry to a later semester. Our online admissions team is available to support you and coordinate your application timeline so that you are eligible for review by both the graduate school and Department of Public Health.
Key Dates & Deadlines*
*These dates are for domestic applicants only. International applicants should visit Graduate Admissions for current international deadlines and requirements.
21 Oct 2022
Priority Review Date
Submit your application by the priority deadline to receive an admissions decision sooner.
11 Nov 2022
Final Review Date
Complete your application and submit all materials for the spring 2023 cohort of the online MPH.
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