Welcome to the WVU School of Public Health. We are new too! However, our faculty and staff are seasoned professionals who’ve joined us from excellent educational institutions from around the world. We look forward to your decision to enroll in our new family of public health promoters, researchers, and educators of the future.
The WVU SPH offers five core disciplines of study in the School of Public Health: Biostatistics, Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy,Management, and Leadership and Social and Behavioral Health Sciences. Each department can be explored by clicking on the academics tab at the top of this page.
If at any time you would like to speak with an admissions representative, please e-mail us at WVUMPH@hsc.wvu.edu
or call us at 304-293-2502.
Tuition and Fees
MPH Applicants: (Fall Admissions Only)
The West Virginia University School of Public Health MPH Program requires a 5 step application process. Fully completed applications received by April 15 will be considered first. Incomplete applications and new fully completed applications received by June 1 will be considered second, for those degree programs/concentrations that have openings after the April 15 decisions. Please follow the application instructions carefully.
: Complete the WVU General Application. Apply Now
: Complete the School of Public Health MPH Application. Apply Now
: Submit official school transcripts to:
WVU Admissions and Records
PO Box 6009
Morgantown, WVU 26506-6009
: Submit official GRE scores (or other approved testing)to:
WVU/School of Public Health
Attn: MPH Admissions
PO Box 9190
Morgantown, WV 26506-9190
: Submit CV/Resume and three academic letters of recommendation.
You will receive an email confirmation that your application was received and information about tracking your status.
MS in School Health Education Applicants: (Fall, Spring, and Summer Admissions)
The mission of the MS in School Health Education Program is to provide teachers with the knowledge and skills necessary to instill in school-age students the information needed to make healthy decisions regarding well-being.
This program is open ONLY to applicants holding a professional teaching certificate/licensure. A copy of your teaching certificate is required for admission.
The PhD in Public Health Sciences
trains the future researchers in public health and population sciences. Successful candidates will have excellent communication and analytic skills..
Applied Biostatistics Certificate Applicants: (Fall Admissions Only)
The Applied Biostatistics Certificate is designed for those individuals who lack formal training in biostatistics and would like to gain skills needed to understand and apply standard statistical techniques. It is an online program that is available students at WVU or elsewhere.
Fall Admissions Only: Fully completed applications received by April 15 will be considered first. Incomplete applications and new fully completed applications received by July 1 will be considered second.