The Distance Learning (DL) programs accept students in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
Admission requirements for study in the professional MPH and MSPH include:
Other information used in admission decisions includes:
All graduate public health degree applications are submitted through a public health centralized application portal called SOPHAS.
Go to SOPHAS, fill out the application.
You will need to submit:
Please let us know when you have submitted your application so we can facilitate its processing.
Graduate Certificate programs are 15 credits of master’s course work that provide focused study in our degree programs areas.
How to Apply to the Graduate Certificate Program?
Students applying to the Graduate Certificate program send materials directly to the Distance Learning programs:
Send application, transcripts and letters of recommendation to:
Please put "Graduate Certificate Application" as the subject of the e-mail.
Mail application to:
Program Manager, Admissions
Tulane Center for Applied Environmental Public Health Distance Learning
1440 Canal St, Suite 800, TW-Box 8343
New Orleans, LA, 70112
Since the Graduate Certificates are non-degree programs, they are not eligible for federal financial aid.
To try out the distance learning program or if you only need one course.
Take a course as a Non-Degree Special Student (NDSS).
Tulane SPHTM offers its students a top tier graduate education, provides technical and help desk support, and teaching by leading professionals in environmental and occupational health and safety and disaster management at a reasonable tuition.
Student in distance learning degree programs are eligible for financial aid. Each situation is different, so please contact a financial aid counselor. Certificate programs are considered non-degree programs and are not eligible for financial aid.
Many companies have tuition reimbursement benefits. Over half of our students receive some support from their employers. Check with your employer to see if tuition help is available to you.