The UConn Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) program offers a FastTrack (4+1 B.A./B.S.-M.P.H.) option for qualified UConn undergraduate students, allowing them to complete their bachelor’s degrees in any UConn-approved discipline and the M.P.H. degree within 5 years of their initial matriculation as undergraduates.
If you have a strong interest in working in the growing field of public health on such topics as health promotion, epidemiology of infectious or chronic diseases, environmental health, or biostatistics, the FastTrack to the M.P.H. could be a great match for you!
FastTrack students earn their M.P.H. in roughly half the time and at two-thirds the cost of those who start after graduation! Become part of a nationally-accredited graduate program often recognized for its innovative curriculum and join more than 900 UConn M.P.H. graduates who are making significant contributions to local, national and international health! Through the FastTrack program, you’ll gain knowledge and experience on:
- the social and environmental determinants of health
- techniques for collection and analysis of data to improve the health of communities
- design and evaluation of interventions to reduce risks and promote health within communities
- advocacy for and with communities on social policies to enhance community well-being
- support of health partners and other stakeholders tackling complex health concerns
How to Apply?
The FastTrack program is intended for UConn students who have maintained a strong academic record (a minimum 3.25 GPA through 4 semesters of college), a personal background and/or experiences that are relevant to the program, a commitment to the health of the community and a well-conceived reason to participate.
Your application will include:
- a personal statement that summarizes your career plans and what has influenced your decision
- your experiences to date with public health and community service
- honors/awards/recognition for work completed in public health or community service
- a self-assessment of your academic and interpersonal strengths and weaknesses
To be considered, you must submit the FastTrak application by April 1.
Address all inquiries to Danica Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org, 860-679-1510.