2012 HSPH Statistics

We encourage applicants to pick a degree program that best fits their needs. Do not pick a degree program because it has a particularly high admit rate. Much of our applicant pool is self-selected and some degree programs can have deceivingly high admit rates.

Number of Applicants by Degree

Applied Admitted Enrolled Admit Rate  Yield
DPH/SD 518 86 55  11.2% 63.9%
MPH 721 358 275  49.7% 76.8%
SM 810 260 172  32.1% 66.2%

 

GRE scores of admitted applicants

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25th
percentile 
50th
percentile
75th
percentile 
Verbal 158 162 165
Quantitative 155 159 164
Analytical
Writing
4.0 4.5 5.0

 

2012 Incoming Class Statistics

  • 502 students
  • 59.8% female, 40.2% male
  • 84.1% full-time, 15.9% part-time
  • 37% international, 63% domestic (41 states represented)
  • 66 countries represented
  • 36 states represented
  • Average age: 30

 

10.6% under-represented minorities*:

  • 4.2% Black or African American
  • 3.9% Hispanic or Latino
  • 0.4% Native American
  • 2.1% Two or more races

*Data is self-reported from US citizens and permanent residents only.  Applicants who reported more than one race/ethnicity are double counted.