Master's Degrees

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Our graduates are working to improve health in Indiana and around the world. All four of our master's degrees offer classes that accommodate the schedules of working professionals and provide practical experience to prepare you for leadership positions.

Our master's degrees

Learn the business side of healthcare.

Matriculation: Students are admitted for matriculation in the fall only.

Application deadlines:

  • International application deadline: February 1
  • U.S. application deadline: July 1

To be considered for scholarships you must apply by February 15.

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Pursue a career in public health practice.

Matriculation: Students are admitted for matriculation in the spring and fall semesters.

Application deadlines:

  • Spring semester deadlines for in-person and online:
    • International applicants: September 15
    • U.S. applicants: November 1
  • Fall semester deadlines for in-person and online:
    • International applicants: April 1
    • U.S. applicants: July 1

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Use big data to solve complex health issues.

Matriculation: Students are admitted for matriculation in the fall only.

Application deadline:

  • International applicants:  April 1
  • U.S. applicants: July 1

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Build a broad, contemporary foundation of knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Matriculation: Students are admitted for matriculation in the fall semester only.

Application deadlines:

  • Fall semester deadlines:
    • International applicants: April 15
    • U.S. applicants: July 1

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Application, admission, and degree-granting requirements and regulations shall be applied equitably to all individuals, applicants and students regardless of age, gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.

To apply, you must meet the following requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college
  • Show evidence of satisfactory preparation in math and computer skills
  • Have an acceptable academic record
  • Competent written and oral communication skills.

Admission criteria for all master's programs include:

  • Baccalaureate degree from an accredited university or college with an expected grade point average of 3.0
  • Personal statement
  • Résumé or CV
  • Three letters of recommendation

Note: Some programs have additional admission criteria; see program admission page for more information.

GRE scores are not required for admission. To strengthen the application, GRE scores are strongly recommended if the cumulative GPA from all undergraduate institutions attended is below 3.0.  Official GRE test scores taken with the past 5 years are acceptable.

To submit official GRE test scores or substitute exams scores to SOPHAS use the following designation code 0167.  To submit official GRE test scores or substitute exams scores to HAMPCAS use the following designation code 0416.

See program admission pages for acceptable substitute exams.

If FSPH has made the decision to admit you to one of our programs, then the Office of International Admissions (OIA) carries out a second review to finalize the admission.

For more information on OIA final review, visit the application process on the Office of International Affairs Graduate Admissions webpage.

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If you are applying to the Executive Master of Health Administration program, you must use HAMPCAS (Healthcare Administration, Management and Policy Centralized Application Service). 

If you are applying to all other master's or doctoral programs, you will use SOPHAS (Schools of Public Health Application Services).