Prospective Students

We offer four primary educational programs offer an array of educational opportunities for graduate students, physicians, medical students, and health science professionals.

Important 2018 Dates

Jan.15 
Rehabilitation Sciences Program begins reviewing applications
Jan.15Population Health Sciences Program begins reviewing applications
Mar. 1Clinical Science Program application deadline
Apr. 1Public Health Program application deadline
Aug. 16  Application cycle opens for Fall 2019

Applications


Applicants to Preventive Medicine Graduate Programs should carefully review the requirements and application information for the specific program they are applying to.

 

If you are a non-UTMB student or...

  • Applicant to the Population Health Sciences doctorate program (PhD), or
  • Applicant to the Rehabilitation Sciences doctorate program (PhD)

 

You must first...

Apply through the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health's centralized application system, SOPHAS, at https://www.sophas.org, using GRE code 7012.

Applications cannot be reviewed without GRE General Test scores (less than five (5) years old) and transcripts. Both GRE scores and transcripts must be included in the SOPHAS application in order to be reviewed.

Upload all documentation, including letters of reference, other documents, and transcripts. Uploading these will help to expedite screening and review of your application.

 

Then you must...

  1. Apply through the UTMB Supplemental Application for Admission at https://www.utmb.edu/OnlineApp/ using the GRE code 6887.
    Supplemental applications are not required to include GRE scores.
  2. Pay appropriate application fees.
    If application fees are not paid, your application will not be reviewed.
  3. Request official copies of scores earned on the GRE General Test (required), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) (optional), or International English Language Testing System (IELT) (optional) be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to UTMB Health Enrollment Services.
    Scores received from sources other than ETS will be considered to be unofficial.

Applications from non-UTMB students, or from any student to the Population Health Sciences or Rehabilitation Sciences doctoral (PhD) programs will not be reviewed unless we have received both your SOPHAS application and UTMB Supplemental Application for Admission.

If you are a UTMB student and...

  • Are applying to one of the following programs:
    • Clinical Science Program (MS, PhD, or MD/MS), or
    • Population Health Sciences master's program (MS), or
    • Public Health Program (MPH)

 

You must...

  1. Apply through the UTMB Application for Admission at https://www.utmb.edu/OnlineApp/ using the GRE code 6887. Applications must be complete!
  2. Pay appropriate application fees.
    If application fees are not paid, your application will not be reviewed.
  3. Submit official copies of your transcripts to the UTMB Health Office of Enrollment Services.
    If your school has the ability to submit transcripts electronically (through SPEEDE or other means), you must have them submitted electronically. Refer to Enrollment Services for a list of schools that can send via SPEEDE.
  4. Upload all documentation to your UTMB Application, including letters of reference, other documents, and unofficial transcripts. Uploading these will help to expedite screening and review of your application.
  5. Request official copies of scores earned on the GRE General Test (required), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) (optional), or International English Language Testing System (IELT) (optional) be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to UTMB Health Enrollment Services.
    Scores received from sources other than ETS will be considered to be unofficial.