Open to BS, Global Public Health/Nutrition and Dietetics students in their sophomore years at NYU, this dual degree allows you to earn a bachelor of science in Global Public Health/Nutrition and Dietetics and a master of public health in Public Health Nutrition in as little as five years. Undergraduates can take courses toward their graduate degree and complete the MPH in as little as one additional year of study.
Students will apply for the BS/MPH the first semester of sophomore years.
Fall deadline: February 1
Spring deadline: September 1
How to Apply
Step 1: Are you eligible to apply?
This dual BS/MPH is open to currently enrolled NYU undergraduates in their sophomore years. Before applying, make an appointment with your advisor to review the program of study and discuss your interests and professional goals.
The required minimum GPA is 3.0.
Step 2: Learn more about the graduate program
After speaking with your advisor, you may wish to learn more about the graduate MPH degree. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to meet with a faculty member or graduate advisor, as well as find out about upcoming information sessions.
Step 3: Submit your application
The application to the dual BS/MPH degree requires:
- A personal statement that explains your interest in the dual degree program (i.e., your career goals and how this program fits into them) in no more than 2-3 pages typed (800 words or less).
When you have prepared the above statement, please apply here.
Step 4: Receive Your Admission Decision
Admissions decisions will be shared in early March for Fall semester admits and in the fall for Spring semester admits. You will receive a communication from your advisor to fill out a change of major form. Apply first semester of sophomore year.
Becoming a Graduate Student
Your Third or Fourth Year
You’ll work with your new graduate advisor to register for graduate courses. In the Fall of your senior year, contact email@example.com to finalize your transition into the MPH.
Your Fifth Year
Once you enter your fifth year of study (your first as a graduate student), you will need to meet with your graduate advisor to complete the transition. You will then complete the remaining credits for your master’s degree.
Important Information about Financial Aid
Please note that financial aid at the graduate level is different than at the undergraduate level and you may not receive the same aid. In fact, some types of aid available to undergraduate students are not available once you become a graduate student, and you will be considered for graduate scholarships at this time.
To be considered for any type of financial aid (including scholarships), you must submit FAFSA renewal between November 1 and March 1 of your senior year. When submitting the form, be sure to indicate your new status as a graduate student.