We are excited that you have taken the time to stop by our webpage and learn more about the University of North Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health. For twenty years, the UNTHSC School of Public Health has been full-filling its missions statement and remaining true to its vision statement by seeking to be the team of choice for public health education, discovery, and science while creating solutions for a healthier community by advancing public health knowledge through research, service and the education of current and future public health professionals.
Master of Public Health
Master of Health Administration
Master of Science in Public Health Sciences
Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health Sciences
Areas of Research
Health Behavior and Health Systems
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Plan a Campus Visit
Due to recent developments during the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis, all in-person campus visit opportunities have been cancelled until further notice. The SPH Office of Admissions will offer virtual visits until further notice. Additional information on a Virtual Preview Day will be shared at a later date. If you have any questions or concerns, you are welcome to contact us at the UNTHSC School of Public Health Office of Admissions at (817) 735-2401 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Attend a Preview Day
Enjoy an in-depth look at the graduate school experience of public health and health administration through Preview Day. This event offers the chance to hear from our dean for an introduction to the field, faculty about the various programs and experiential learning and gain insights from our current students about their experience. The admissions presentation will include advice to help you make your graduate school plans a reality. This event also serves as an opportunity to learn about the campus and campus life at UNTHSC.
Schedule a One-on-One Virtual Visit
Prefer a one-on-one opportunity, we’ve got you covered. Sign up for a campus visit opportunity and enjoy a personal meeting with our admissions staff, a professor in your academic area of interest, and a campus tour with a current student. This is a great opportunity for those students who are confident in their program choice and have specific questions to address with admissions and program advisors.
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