The accelerated Bachelors/Master of Public Health allows undergraduates to complete both bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years.
Students are able to gain admission to the program through two avenues.
First, they may apply directly into the program on the Drexel University common application.
Alternatively, if a student is denied this route or does not apply directly on the common application, a student may be evaluated for the Bachelors/MPH program at the end of the freshman year or first quarter of the sophomore year. If a prospective students meets all the necessary requirements and has room in his/her academic schedule, they will be a candidate to apply to the program in their junior year. GRE test scores are not a requirement of the application.
Accelerated students will begin taking graduate courses during their senior year. During the hybrid senior year, students maintain undergraduate status in which their undergraduate scholarships and financial aid apply toward all courses.
Accelerated students are eligible to receive merit-based scholarships during the graduate year.
BS/MPH Admissions Requirements
BS/MPH Degree Requirements
BS/MPH Sample Plan of Study