iPad's provided to Incoming Students
Beginning in fall 2012 new students enrolling at SRPH in master & doctoral programs will receive an iPad. This is an effort to enhance the classroom educational experience, embrace evolving technology, and explore new "ways" to experience the public health education. Faculty and students will begin using this technology in hopes of bringing an additional tool to classroom interaction and exploration of the public health arena.
Other Admission Pathways!
The School of Rural Public Health has other pathways as noted below. Special arrangements or alternative admission processes exist in these arenas. Feel free to read more. If you have questions please contact the Office of Student Affairs at (979) 458-4054.
Academic Common Market
"Study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college, while paying in-state tuition rates.
Is a degree program you would like to pursue not available in your state? Have you found a degree program at an out-of-state institution, but the higher tuition is a barrier? Looking for options for lower tuition?
The Academic Common Market (Southern Region Education Board) made up of (16) states in the southwest region of the United States participate in this program. Explore more at The Academic Common Market to see if you qualify for in-state tuition while traveling to another state to pursue the degree of your dream!
Note: As of Feb. 1, 2013 based on searches of the ACM students from Delaware & Mississippi are eligible to pursue a variety of MPH degree programs with the School of Rural Public Health under the ACM agreement.
SRPH welcomes transfer students into the School. Accepted transfer students will be allowed to transfer up to (9) semester credit hours from other accredited graduate degree granting institutions. Any student considering transfer to SRPH will be required to submit an application through SOPHAS. Please review admission requirements found on the left of this web page, or continue to SOPHAS Application Portal.