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  1. Congrats on your admission, do you know how good is the Claremont Graduate University DrPh? Does it compare with the University of Louisville's Ph.D. program?
  2. Thank you, Jack, for being so thoughtful! 1- Do I have to be good at SPSS or any other statistical analysis tool before I enroll in Ph.D. in Health Promotion? 2- What book do you recommend to read before enrolling in a Ph.D. in Public health to someone from outside the field? I would like to have a comprehensive understanding of most public health topics. ( I had in mind this book: https://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Public-Health-Mary-Jane-Schneider/dp/1284089231/ref=dp_ob_title_bk ) You are doing a noble job, my friend! God bless you.
  3. Hello all, I am an international student who got provisionally admitted to the Ph.D. in Public Health Sciences at the University of Louisville. I didn't find much information on the web about their school of public health and I was wondering if anybody here has some info. every reply is much appreciated, Thank you
  4. Hello all, I have submitted three professors as my references in SOPHAS, two of them were showing (requested) and one were showing (Accepted) Does accepted mean that professor has written the LOR and submitted it successfully? I know it's weird, but my professors tend to be forgetful sometimes, so I have to keep track of it myself. Thank you.
  5. So, when you send a report to Berkeley does that mean Berkeley and SOPHAS will get it? Thank you.
  6. Hello all, I'm taking my GRE test in two weeks, and I had a couple of questions on how to send the results to my programs: 1- Can I bring a little paper and write my institutions ETS codes in it (of course, I will show it to the test invigilators)? Or should I memorize them? 2- What is the process of sending reports to programs? Do I have to send two reports for each program (one for SOPHAS and one for the school)? And if that is the case, does that mean I can only send two reports on test day (given that I only have four free reports)? Thank you and best of luck.
  7. I chatted with them in the public health virtual fair a few days ago and they confirmed that they will not be accepting any applications for the PhD this year, but they are accepting MPH application though.
  8. Yes, it is possible. you don't have to be a doctor or a nurse to be admitted to an MPH. Public health is a highly multidisciplinary field that welcomes people from many backgrounds. Best of luck!
  9. Another question guys, Are the (This is Public Health Fairs) any good in getting me an admission?
  10. Hello Ian, I had a question, in applying to a Ph.D. in Public health should I contact the faculty that I want to work with first before applying to the program in SOPHAS? or the SOPHAS application has to be sent before I get in touch with the desired faculty member? Thank you for your time.
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