These programs will adhere to the policies and procedures for concurrent Bachelor/Master/Graduate Certificate programs listed in the Graduate Handbook. Students enrolled in the concurrent BS (or BA)/MPH programs will be allowed to take up to 9 hours for graduate credit in courses numbered in the 600 and 700 sequences and to use these 9 hours toward both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees, upon approval of the student’s supervisory committee for credit toward the master’s degree.
Students in these undergraduate programs would apply for admission to the Public Health and the Graduate School in their junior year. Qualified students would be provisionally admitted and be allowed to enroll in courses for graduate credit, generally beginning in the summer or fall of the 4th undergraduate year. Upon completion of the bachelor’s degree, students would be fully admitted to the Graduate School and the MPH program, and their status would change to that of a graduate student in KSIS.