If you are interested in applying to the Drexel School of Public Health, we invite you to participate in this online information session and learn how an MPH from Drexel can help you achieve your professional goals. As the only fully accredited school of public health in the Philadelphia region and a full member of the Association of Schools of Public Health, the Drexel University School of Public Health offers rigorous academic training in one of the most historically and culturally rich cities in the United States. The mission of the School of Public Health, deeply grounded in community and public service, encourages a strong commitment to diversity, social justice and human rights. Staff and current students will be available to address your questions.
This online session can be accessed at the following link during the time indicated below:
Participants will need audio speakers and a broadband Internet connection. It is highly recommended that you run the program’s set-up wizard prior to the session to ensure that your computer is compatible with the chat software.
For the complete lisiting of upcoming events, go to Graduate Visit Opportunities.
Register online or call 1-800-2-DREXEL. You'll receive an email confirming your registration, including links to directions and a map.
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Fill out an application before you leave campus and we will waive the application fee as a thank-you for visiting.
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