You must apply to each degree program separately (duplicate everything) and be admitted into each degree program before starting a joint degree program.
College algebra (1050) or equivalent with a grade of B or better is required. A course in statistics is highly recommend, but not required.
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introduction to Political Science or US National Government or Economics
- Human Development Across the Lifespan (birth through end of life)
- Research or Statistics - must be a social and behavioral sciences class
Applicants must meet academic minimum requirements for admission. The requirements listed are the minimum set by the Graduate School of the University of Utah and do not guarantee admission to a graduate program. Also, each academic department or program defines additional requirements. Applicants are evaluated with respect to university and departmental requirements and with respect to the pool of available applicants.
The minimum academic requirements for graduate admission are:
- A bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited college/university,
- At least a 3.00 or higher undergraduate weighted mean GPA,
*If the candidate has a GPA below 3.0 they must submit a justification letter. This letter should detail why the candidate's GPA is lower than 3.0 and why they feel that they are prepared to pursue the public health degree in spite of their lower GPA. This letter is different than the Statement of Purpose and will be included with the candidate’s application file.
- Meeting the academic department's admission standards and receiving a recommendation for admission to their program.