We’ve addressed this topic before, but since it happens to be our most popular post, it’s worth repeating.
All our degree programs require the submission of a standardized test score as part of the application process.
The GRE general test is the most universally accepted, but some of our degree programs will accept scores of other tests. For example, our Master of Health Administration (MHA) program will accept either GRE or GMAT scores. Our Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) through the Department of International Health will accept either GRE or MCAT scores. Other programs may accept only the GRE.
It’s very important that you know your program and its specific requirements.
There is one very specific exception to this rule. Our Master of Public Health (MPH) program – and only our Master of Public Health program – will review applications without standardized test scores for those applicants with a graduate degree beyond the baccalaureate.
HOWEVER, these applicants put themselves at a significant disadvantage if their admission materials don’t clearly demonstrate significant quantitative and analytical skills. This is particularly true for applicants with medical degrees earned outside of the U.S. Additionally, applicants who request to have their materials reviewed without standardized test scores will likely not be awarded a scholarship.