Claremont Graduate University`s Accelerated Bachelors / Master of Public Health Program values the diverse cultures, environments, communities and professions of its students and applicants. Applicants should submit the following admission materials.
- Official (in-progress) transcripts
- Graduate Record Examination (GRE) of 1000 (combined verbal and quantitative) or MCAT of 28
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) of 100 (internet), 250 (computer) or 600 (paper)
- Current resume or CV
- Personal Statement
- Three letters of recommendation from employers, instructors or others who can assess the applicant's academic and professional potential are required. At least one recommendation must be from an academic source.
- State on the application that you are applying to CGU for the semester that follows your graduation (that is the semester you will be considered a full CGU student).
- On the application, there is a place to circle the undergraduate campus; this indicates interest in the Accelerated Program.
- The application fee is waived due to current student status within the Claremont Consortium.
- Students should submit applications to the CGU Office of Admission and Records, located in Harper East, on Tenth Street between Dartmouth and College.
- Official notification of admission to the Master of Public Health program from the CGU Office of Admission and Records will be sent. If offered admission, a decision card must be completed and returned. This confirms acceptance of the offer of admission.
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The admission office at CGU is ready to answer questions, provide a campus tour, or schedule a meeting with the academic department. Contact the Director of Recruitment at 909-607-3689 or firstname.lastname@example.org.