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Students in the University at Buffalo Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health program who meet the combined degree requirements can apply to the combined program.
Students applying to the combined degree program who meet criteria to waive GRE scores do not need to submit them with their application. Students who do not meet criteria to waive GRE scores may be asked to submit scores before they are considered.
Yes. Students who do not meet the combined degree requirements listed on the admissions page can apply to the MS Epidemiology program through the standard admissions process (GRE scores will be required).
Apply in your junior year of the Bachelor’s program no later than January 15 to begin the MS program the following Fall semester.
It takes five years to earn both degrees through the combined program. Students complete three years of the Bachelor’s program and two years of the MS program.
You will pay undergraduate tuition and fee rates during three years of your Bachelor’s program, and graduate tuition and fee rates during two years of your MS program.
Students can not count courses taken as an undergraduate student towards the MS degree.
You can take graduate courses as an undergraduate student with permission of graduate course instructor. You can not apply course credits from graduate courses to both your undergraduate and graduate programs.