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Academically strong undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Austin who are pursuing the BS in Public Health have the option of earning a MPH from the School of Public Health at the UT Health Sciences Center through the Public Health "4+1" Advanced Program. 

The Public Health "4+1" Advanced Program allows Public Health students to complete their B.S. in Public Health (BSPH) through UT Austin and their Masters in Public Health (MPH) through the UT Health Science Center School of Public Health (UTSPH) in approximately 5 years. Students accepted to the program will take undergraduate courses and graduate courses at the UTSPH Austin Regional Campus simultaneously in their senior year. After graduating with their BSPH, students finish the second year of their MPH degree through any of the six campuses of the UT School of Public Health depending on the student's area of interest. An MPH usually takes 2 years to complete. 

For more information about the “traditional” MPH program, please visit the UTSPH website.  


Program Requirements:

- Minimum 3.4 UT GPA

- Less than 18 hours of undergraduate coursework remaining in senior year (if unsure, check with your academic advisor)

- Ability to successfully complete 2 – 3 graduate courses per semester beginning in the senior fall semester prior to graduation in the following May

Students can apply to the Public Health "4+1" Advanced Program in the spring of their junior year.


Previous graduates of the Public Health "4+1" Advanced Program were able to articulate their passion for Public Health, had successfully completed an average of 15 hours per semester, and demonstrated well-developed time management skills


4+1 Spring Information Session: 

Recorded session: Here  

4+1 public health bs mph Application for 2021-2022 NOW OPEN

The deadline for APPLICATION submission is 5pm on April 20, 2021.

The new application link is here: https://utexas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2rbZpKRGQHssuxg

It will open March 1st at 8AM.

Questions? Please contact:

Human Ecology Advising Center, GEA 37