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Wonderful! Thanks! I will apply this year to Phd programs in Epimiology. I am considering on applying to Duke Pop Health, JHU Epi, UNC Epi, Columbia Epi, and Harvard Pop Healh Sciences Epi. This will be my first time applying, so I am looking forward to learning from all of you.

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Hi! I'm going to be applying for the DrPH finally this year for 2024! I'm actually only applying for JHU Health Policy and Management Concentration. It seems to fit best with my current schedule/career plans. Glad to be here!

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On 3/17/2023 at 9:56 AM, _kita said:

Hi! I'm going to be applying for the DrPH finally this year for 2024! I'm actually only applying for JHU Health Policy and Management Concentration. It seems to fit best with my current schedule/career plans. Glad to be here!

Wow! I wish you the best!

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Greetings everyone! This is my first time posting here, and I have a question regarding SOPHAS and the application process for a DrPH program.

I'm planning to apply for the DrPH program this fall for 2024, but I have concerns about my undergraduate GPA, which is 2.85. I faced some family hurdles during my major in Clinical Lab Science. On the other hand, my graduate GPA for my MPH is quite good at 3.98. I understand that many DrPH programs primarily consider the graduate GPA. However, I would like to know if SOPHAS calculates the overall GPA when entering my undergraduate GPA. If that's the case, my GPA won't be outstanding, and it's possible that many schools might not even consider my application.

I'm wondering if it's possible to only enter my graduate school GPA on SOPHAS. Do most schools also look at the undergraduate GPA? I'm eager to hear from experts in this field. Thank you so much, and I wish everyone the best of luck in this application cycle.

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